Read some of our favorite success stories of children and families KCSL has served in the past. If you weren't able to watch our virtual event on Nov. 10, be sure to watch the video at the top to hear three new inspiring stories and discover the work KCSL does to help children and families THRIVE. There's still time to help us reach our year-end goal of $460,000! Donate now to help us continue in our mission, to protect and promote the well-being of children.
At 18 months old, Stevie had motor delays that prevented her from being able to crawl, push herself up on her arms, sit up straight and participate in normal play. Thanks to the encouragement and diligence of KCSL staff and the patience and love our adorable therapy dog Seamus, Stevie has made excellent progress in her development. Read Stevie's full story.
Growing up, Carmen didn't have much support and struggled with low self-worth. She didn't feel like anyone believed in her potential. After turning to drugs and suspension from school as a teen, she came to KCSL for help.
When Shawnna gave birth to her second child, she struggled with postpartum depression and anxiety. In addition to feelings of isolation, Shawnna also was recovering from a difficult birth, had to admit her son into the NICU due to complications and lost her job. KCSL was able to provide emotional support for her and help with her son's development. Read Shawnna's full story.
Welcome to Together, We Thrive! benefiting Kansas Children's Service League (KCSL). If you missed our first virtual event, check out the video above to hear inspiring stories from families we serve. Thank you to all who have joined us in our mission, to protect and promote the well-being of children. Because of you, KCSL will continue to help parents be better parents.
Although we're getting closer to our year-end goal, we still need your support. Help Kansas children and families not only survive but also THRIVE!
KCSL is a statewide not-for-profit agency with 127 years of experience keeping kids safe and strengthening families in Kansas. KCSL serves more than 40,000 children and their families each year through a variety of community-based and child abuse prevention programs.