Community Involvement

“We are not here merely to make a living. We are here to enrich the world.” – Woodrow Wilson

Arrow gives back to the community in many ways that will not be visible on this page. The listings and links on this page will provide you with insight into some of the things we support that we believe “enrich the world.”

Arrow Fabricare Services is pleased and proud to support these activities and events of a philanthropic nature.

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3120 Troost Ave., Kansas City, MO 64110

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KMBZ 980 Radio and Arrow Fabricare
Coats-for-Kids Campaign

Coats-For-Kids is an annual campaign soliciting new and near-new coats for the winter that are distributed to to school children in the greater Kansas City Area. Arrow and Pride Cleaners are collection sites for these coats during the campaign period which usually runs during November each year. Arrow and Pride also cleans and presses these garments before they are given to children.


The Love Fund for Children
3030 Summit
Kansas City, MO 64108

The Love Fund assists children – birth to age 18, throughout 37 counties in Missouri and Kansas – who have needs that cannot be met by their current support structure. We serve approximately 3,000 children each year through our various initiatives.

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Women’s Employment Network
920 Main, Suite 100
Kansas City, MO 64105

Phone: (816) 822-8083
Fax: (816) 816-841-0262

Women’s Employment Network (WEN) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing women with the skills and confidence to help them achieve economic self-sufficiency for themselves and their families.

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Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care
1500 Meadow Lake Parkway, Suite 200
Kansas City, MO 64114

Kansas City Hospice provides compassionate end-of-life care, grief support and education to our patients, their families and the community. The staff and volunteers understand that coping with terminal illness presents many challenges, both physical and emotional, and no one has to go through this time alone or in pain.

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(816) 561-4445
3737 Troost Ave.
Kansas City, MO 64109

DeLaSalle Education Center, founded in 1971, was the first fully-accredited private alternative school in the Kansas City area, and is now the region’s only private secular alternative school system educating nearly 500 urban youth daily at three schools.

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Alexandra’s House
P.O. Box 10034, Kansas City MO 64171

Alexandra’s House is a charitable perinatal-infant hospice house and refuge for abandoned or neglected babies. Our first focus is to provide spiritual, grief and practical support to families pregnant with terminally ill babies and for families whose babies are diagnosed later with a terminal illness.

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Wayside Waifs of Greater Kansas City,
3901 Martha Truman Road, Kansas City MO 64137
(816) 761-8151

Thousands of homeless animals have passed through the doors of Wayside Waifs on their way to an adoption and a “forever” home. Wayside Waifs is supported by animal-loving volunteers, public donations and by their many partners in providing compassionate animal care.

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Hope House,
P.O. Box 577, Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
(816) 461-HOPE

Hope House is a beacon of hope in the Greater Kansas City area for abused and battered women and their children. The need is great. Please visit the website to find out how you can help.

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Phoenix Family Housing Corporation
3756 Broadway, Ste. 4, Kansas City, MO 64111
(816) 561-1033

Phoenix Family provides services to at-risk youth and families living in nine low-to-moderate-income housing throughout Missouri and Kansas. Phoenix Family also provides emergency assistance, food services and on-site community centers to offer accessible, safe places for residents to seek the help and support they need to create stable, safe homes for themselves and their children.

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The Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri
9215 Ward Parkway, Kansas City MO 64114
(816) 444-2112

The Junior League of Kansas City, Missouri (JLKCMO) is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Since the League’s inception, members have donated more than $5,500,000 and over 7 million hours of volunteer time.

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The Kansas City Symphony League
1020 Central, Suite 300, Kansas City, Missouri 64105,
Administration: 816-471-1100

The Kansas City Symphony is extremely fortunate to have the support of six volunteer auxiliaries with a combined membership of over 700 volunteers. With their unique talent and a strong sense of commitment, they raise more than $900,000 for our Annual Fund each year. Founded in 1942, the Symphony League hosts the annual Symphony Ball.

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KCPT Television 19
125 East Thirty-First Street, Kansas City MO 64108,
(816) 756-3580

KCPT is a non-profit corporation guided by a volunteer board of directors. A 15-person community advisory board reviews the station’s programming goals and services, and offers guidance to the staff in effectively meeting the specialized educational and cultural needs of the Kansas City metropolitan area. KCPT Kids broadcasts more than 60 hours of educational, non-commercial, non-violent programs each week.

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Solace House
8012 State Line, Suite 202, Shawnee Mission, KS 66208
(913) 341-0318

Solace House provides children individuals and their families with a loving and supportive environment where they can mourn the death of a loved one in support groups that are offered at no charge through community donations

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St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School
4041 Main Street, Kansas City MO 64111
(816) 931-8614

St. Paul’s Episcopal Day School is a preschool through eighth grade independent elementary and middle school located in Midtown Kansas City at 40th and Main. St. Paul’s admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin. More than 465 students attend St. Paul’s coming from diverse backgrounds and many neighborhoods in greater Kansas City, representing more than 40 zip codes throughout the area.


American Jazz Museum
1616 East 18th Street, Kansas City MO 64108
(816) 474-8463

Located in the Historic 18th and Vine Jazz District in Kansas City, MO., this is the place where jazz masters such as Charlie Parker, Count Basie, Big Joe Turner, and hundreds of others defined the sounds of the 1920s, 30s, and 40s. Today, scholars, students, musicians, and fans are drawn here to learn about the legends, honor their legacy, or simply enjoy the best music America has to offer.

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Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Kansas City Chapter
920 Main Street, Ste. 280, Kansas City MO 64105
(816) 472-7997

JDRF was founded in 1970 by some parents of kids with diabetes. Since it began, JDRF has only been about one thing: finding a cure for diabetes. JDRF wants diabetes to be the next disease on that “cured” list! You can become a volunteer and/or donate by calling the JDRF office!

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The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City
5801 W 115th St, Overland Park KS 66211
(913) 327-8000

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas City serves people of all ages in an environment of Jewish values and Jewish traditions. To accomplish this the Center maintains a standard of excellence in the areas of child development and youth activities, sports and fitness programming, and social and cultural activities. The Center’s commitment is to its members and to the Jewish community. In addition, services are accessible to the Greater Kansas City community and every effort will be made to assure participation of all individuals regardless of their ability to pay.

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The Lyric Opera of Kansas City
1029 Central, Kansas City MO 64105
(816) 471-4933

Lyric Opera of Kansas City is one of the nation’s premier regional opera companies. The Company has built a reputation for offering performance opportunities to young singers, directors, scenic and lighting designers and other production staff. Lyric Opera of Kansas City offers innovative programs designed to further music and arts education in schools and in the community. Our education staff works directly with teachers, parents and young people in a collaborative effort to create programs that make opera accessible and appealing to everyone.

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Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy
5801 West 115th St., Overland Park KS 66211
(913) 327-8150

As an independent co-educational community day school, Hyman Brand Hebrew Academy is open to children of all Jewish denominations embracing the acceptance of the diverse beliefs of the Jewish community. It is hoped that the experiences gained at the Academy will help children develop into well-rounded, thoughtful, knowledgeable adults.

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City Union Mission
1100 E. 11th St, Kansas City MO 64106

Since 1924, City Union Mission has provided warm beds, nutritious food and a place of safety for thousands of poverty stricken and homeless men, women and children. City Union Mission receives no government support and is not a United Way agency.

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Kansas City STAR Partnerships in Education
1729 Grand Ave., Kansas City MO 64108
(816) 234-4210

The Star In Education works with local schools to encourage the use of the newspaper as a tool for instruction and to promote literacy. Under the program, the Star provides newspapers at a reduced rate to teachers for classroom use. Partnerships In Education, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c) (3) affiliate of the Star that develops sponsor funding to provide teachers with much needed support materials to create a fun and motivational learning environment; and to encourage a lifetime habit of reading.


Harriman-Jewell Series
500 College Hill, Liberty MO 64068
(816) 415-5025

The mission of the Harriman-Jewell Series is to bring the best of the performing arts to the Kansas City community. The Series enjoys a long legacy of presenting debut performances by artists such as the late tenor Luciano Pavarotti and violinist Itzak Perlman as well as dancers Patricia McBride and Edward Villella.

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Rose Brooks Center

The mission of Rose Brooks Center is to break the cycle of domestic violence so that individuals and families can live free of abuse. Rose Brooks Center is an advocate for the health and welfare of individuals and families. Each year, nationally, injuries from domestic violence exceed the number of injuries from rape, robbery and automobile accidents combined.

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