Kansas City Nonprofit Impact Report
Did you know that nonprofit organizations comprise over 11% of Kansas City's total workforce?
Nonprofit Connect recently commissioned a report to demonstrate the remarkable depth and significance of Kansas City nonprofits to the region's overall economy and quality of life. The report provides an overview of our community's nonprofit sector, including the number of organizations, the type of work they perform, and where they are located. The report also examines the financial impact of nonprofits in terms of employment, revenue, assets and expenses, and overall contribution to the economy.
Luann Feehan, President & CEO of Nonprofit Connect, and Dan Prater, Senior Managing Consultant of Nonprofit Excellence at BKD, will share important findings from the report. This information will help nonprofit management, business leaders, foundations and policymakers realize how influential nonprofits truly are in the Kansas City community.
The Kansas City Nonprofit Impact Report will be released in full on February 21, and all program attendees will receive a handout with significant findings.
Luann Feehan joined Nonprofit Connect in 2012 as the Executive Director. She is a sought-after expert on nonprofit trends and best-practices, and a leading voice in Kansas City's nonprofit community. Luann has been invited to similar markets across the country to share her knowledge on nonprofit and association programs. Luann is a Certified BoardSource Governance Trainer and DiSC Behavioral Assessment Trainer. She brings over twenty years of experience in leading successful nonprofit teams.
Dan Prater is the Senior Managing Consultant at BKD CPAs and Advisors. Dan has an extensive background in nonprofit leadership and higher education. He was the founder and executive director of the Center for Nonprofit Leadership at Drury University (Springfield, MO). Dan provides consulting services to numerous nonprofits, NGOs and governmental organizations. He is a frequent speaker at conferences and workshops across the Midwest. In addition, he has been published more than 25 times on topics of the nonprofit industry and has authored multiple research projects.