Event Sponsorship Opportunities in Kansas City

Become a Sponsor

Why Become An Ability KC Sponsor?

For over 75 years, Ability KC’s mission to support thousands of children and adults with disabilities has been aided by the generosity of our sponsors.

These sponsorships allow us to to provide therapeutic, educational, and vocational services to individuals and families across the Midwest. By supporting Ability KC through corporate sponsorships, your organization plays a direct role in helping people of all ages gain access to brighter futures.

How Sponsorships Help

In 2021, Ability KC provided over $5 million in uncompensated, at-cost support to those we serve across medical and educational therapeutic programs, as well as workforce development services. This financial support comes as a direct result of the generosity of our sponsors.

The Ability KC Board of Directors and team are committed to continuing the organization’s mission, but your support is essential. Supporting our organization helps ensure that financial assistance is available for those in need, and that our programming innovation, technologies, and campus facilities match the high quality and dignity of care being provided.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A Brighter Future Starts Here

Please feel free to reach out to our team regarding any questions or comments you may have about supporting AbilityKC.

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People We Serve

A History of Service

Ability KC is built on a strong founding legacy that continues to inspire the work done each day for children, adults, and families with disabilities.

After 75 years and thousands of success stories, our founding organizations, Children’s Therapeutic Learning Center and Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City, came together as Ability KC.

Today, we take pride in being the leading provider of therapeutic, educational, and vocational services.

Our History

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