Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City, Inc.
5960 Dearborn Street
Ste. 100
Mission KS 66202
Contact Information
Address 5960 Dearborn Street
Ste. 100
Mission, KS 66202-
Telephone (913) 384-4848
Fax (913) 384-4949
Email info@kcdsg.org
Mission Statement
The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide support and resources for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them. The Guild seeks to provide the entire community with information and education to broaden awareness and foster positive attitudes regarding people with Down syndrome.
Leadership
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Amy Allison
Board Chair Mr. Tom Wagstaff
Board Chair Company Affiliation Wagstaff & Cartmell
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1985
Financial Summary
 
 
Projected Revenue $775,000
Projected Expenses $763,000
Statements
Mission Statement The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization whose mission is to provide support and resources for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them. The Guild seeks to provide the entire community with information and education to broaden awareness and foster positive attitudes regarding people with Down syndrome.
Background Statement Each year, 5,000 babies are born in the United States with Down syndrome, affecting about one-quarter million families. Down syndrome affects people of all ages, races, and economic levels. It is one of the most frequently occurring chromosomal abnormalities found in humans, occurring once in approximately every 691 live births. Over 250,000 people in the United States are affected by Down syndrome. DSG welcomes over 50 new babies each year and currently has over 1200 families registered in our database. Individuals with Down syndrome have an extra copy of the 21st chromosome in all or some of their cells. This additional genetic material alters the course of development and causes the characteristics associated with the syndrome. Down syndrome is one of the leading clinical causes of intellectual disability in the world. Individuals with Down syndrome are at higher risk for medical problems and language delays. There is a wide variation in the abilities, physical development, behavior and personalities of individuals with Down syndrome. Individuals with Down syndrome benefit from loving homes, appropriate medical care, inclusive education, and positive public attitudes. Quality educational programs, along with stimulating home environment and good medical care, enable individuals with Down syndrome to become contributing members of their families and communities. In 1984, a group of parents whose children had Down syndrome formed a parent support group for families and friends impacted by Down syndrome. They held their first meeting at an area medical center and continued meeting regularly at a local church. Early activities included an infant action program, which was the resource for new parents, a picnic in the summer, meetings with speakers, and parent parties. The Down Syndrome Guild had been formed. The Guild was incorporated in 1985 and in March 1987, received its 501(c)(3) not for profit exempt status. Today the DSG is recognized as one of the leading Down syndrome parent organizations in the country. It is only through the wonderful and generous support of the Greater Kansas City community that DSG is able to continue offering cutting edge programs which create positive outcomes for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the professionals who serve them.
Impact Statement The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City developed a 30th Anniversary campaign as 2014 will be our 30th year serving families in the Kansas City metro area.  Through specific marketing strategies, we were able to increase our fan base on Facebook by 3,800 followers in the past year.   During Down Syndrome Awareness Month in October, DSG distributed over 600+ books and videos on Down syndrome through our Book Bundle Program.  We hosted a seminar series for over 500 educators from 42 school districts covering four topics related to understanding Down syndrome and best supporting a student with Down syndrome in the classroom and school setting.  In 2012, the DSG with Just Like You Films premiered the film "Just Like You - Down Syndrome."  This past year, the film was promoted at the Los Angeles Premiere on the 20th Century Fox Studios Lot and through a presentation at the United Nations in NYC for World Down Syndrome Day.   The film has been viewed over 216,500 times online and we have sold or given away 600 DVDs to parents, Down syndrome organizations, schools, hospitals or churches. 
Needs Statement DSG's greatest need is funding sources to continue to expand our innovative programs and services which are being modeled across the country. Additionally, we will require more staff to facilitate programming. Strategic goals for the future include the creation of a multi-million dollar Down syndrome center where we can house all of our programs comfortably.
Service Categories
Alliances & Advocacy
Special Education
Alliances & Advocacy
Areas of Service
MO
KS
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
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IA
NE
OK
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement DSG has a wonderfully diverse board representing many different professions, talents and geographic areas yet we are able to work well together to fulfill our mission. One of our greatest challenges is attracting board members with no direct relationship to someone who has Down syndrome. We are currently seeking ways to do this and welcome interested parties to contact our office to apply. Amy Allison, our Executive Director, works extremely well with the board and through her leadership our Guild has grown and expanded the programming services that we provide. Our staff consists of the Executive Director, a full time Program Director, a full time Program Manager, a full time Events Coordinator, and a part-time administrative assistant.  Our sister organization, First Downs for Down Syndrome, coordinates all of our fundraising which allows us to focus solely on programming issues and supporting the 1200 families DSG serves. Our 18th annual Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk welcomed over 8,100 attendees last year and is one of the largest in the nation. DSG implements new programs regularly based on our members expressed needs. Some of our recent creative programs include the Learning Program - an early literacy instruction bridging research and practice, a DSG Counseling program, Transition Boot Camp - to inform and support parents as their child ages out of school and into adulthood, quarterly sibling activities, monthly adult programs, a Mind Your Marriage Seminar which offers couples an opportunity to reconnect and have respite and our Prom for young adults with special needs. DSG also partners with 45 school districts to provide them with tools and resources to effectively educate students with Down syndrome. These districts have named Down syndrome specialists who serve as liaisons between DSG and the schools. We provide the specialist with a resource manual, complimentary registration to DSG educational conferences and access to individualized trainings for their districts. The large geographic area DSG serves poses a challenge. In an effort to be responsive to families in their immediate communities we now provide administrative and funding support to 11 community groups which provide educational and social opportunities to families in their immediate area. DSG also provides support to Latino and African American groups to meet their unique needs. Our goal is for DSG to be the number one resource on Down syndrome in the mid-west. Our programs are completely funded through donations and fundraising. We receive no state or federal funding and charge no membership fees to fulfill our mission. Any donor who gives to the DSG will make a significant impact on our ability to serve our members and the Greater Kansas City Area.
Programs
Description DSG's 24-Hour Phone Information line is available for anyone in the community. Annual educational conferences are held to bring together experts in the field to discuss best practices in working with individuals with Down syndrome. Scholarships are available for DSG sponsored or nationally sponsored conferences. DSG also hosts seminars and workshops throughout the year as requested by DSG members. DSG partners with 45 local school districts who have named Down syndrome specialists who act as liasons between DSG, schools and families impacted by Down syndrome. We offer the specialists a resource manual, free registration to DSG conferences, bi-annual breakfasts to exchange ideas and make DSG aware of school district needs and ongoing updates regarding resarch and best practices for educating students with Down syndrome. DSG also offers individualized training and private consultations for school districts who have Down syndrome specialists.
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Down Syndrome
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success Inclusive education opportunities for students with Down syndrome are increasing but we still have much work to do to make it available to an even greater number of students. DSG's measures short term success by the increase in educators attending our seminars, conferences and districts naming Down syndrome specialists.  DSG recognizes 21 Community Champions for their support and advocacy of individuals with Down syndrome on March 21st,  World Down Syndrome Awareness Day.  
Long-Term Success DSG's cutting edge Down syndrome specialist program is now being modeled in several other parent groups across the United States. DSG provides consultation and support to help these groups launch the program. Locally and in other areas success can be defined by increased inclusive education opportunities along with increased educator and parent satisfaction. As a side benefit, our educator volunteerism and fundraising has increased as they are realizing direct benefits from their association with the DSG.  DSG's educational conferences are quite successful as they are regularly attended by parents and educators from Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Iowa, Oklahoma and Nebraska.  Local and national experts on Down syndrome are brought together to inform, educate and inspire attendees.  DSG hosted Down Syndrome Education International for a very successful conference in 2014 and welcomed 200 parents, 200 therapists and 200 educators from 13 states and 3 countries.
Program Success Monitored By The Guild hosts periodic focus groups to obtain feedback on our programs and services. We also send out surveys and request evaluation feedback regarding specific events to obtain information on how to improve service delivery.
Examples of Program Success The Guild regularly receives thank you notes, and donations with kind words about the impact our programs are having on the community. We have also seen a significant increase in the number of families, educators and professionals who request our materials and attend our events.  We have also been spotlighted by both National Down Syndrome organizations in their publications and were the recipient of the 2007 National Parent Group of the Year Award.  DSG contracted with Down syndrome organizations in Memphis, Dallas, Atlanta, Omaha, Orlando and Austin to provide consultation to start similar programs.  We were also sought out by other groups for phone consultation to implement similar programs in their area.  DSG was awarded the TASH 2013 Positive Images in the Media award for the film "Just Like You - Down Syndrome."  In 2014, DSG received the Education award for the film from the National Down Syndrome Congress.
Description Parent to Parent mentoring and assistance is the primary role of the DSG. Our New Parent Packet is an expectant parent packet provided to all local physicians who may provide a diagnosis of Down syndrome. DSG's award winning New Beginnings Magazine is designed to educate and comfort new parents of a child with Down syndrome. DSG's Parent to Parent Network provides an immediate match between experienced parents and newly diagnosed parents of a child with Down syndrome to offer support, friendship and information. Connections is our bi-monthly newsletter, distributed to 3300 households consisting of parents, educators, physicians, extended family members and other interested parties.  We host quarterly support breakfasts for new parents and extended family members and also have a new parent match program that matches up new parents with other parents of individuals with Down syndrome for a resource.  DSG provides information and a welcome basket valued at $300 to new parents as soon as we learn of a diagnosis.  In 2013, DSG delivered 46 new parent welcome baskets, and welcomed over 300 attendees at quarterly support breakfasts.  Our community groups hosted over 80 educational and social activities for DSG families.
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Down Syndrome
Population Served Adults, ,
Short-Term Success The Guild defines short term success by the number of families who access our programs and refer other families to us for support.
Long-Term Success DSG defines these programs as successful as our members regularly provide us feedback in the form of thank you notes, cards and gifts stating these resources are invaluable to them on the journey of parenting, educating or serving an individual with Down syndrome.
Program Success Monitored By The Guild hosts periodic focus groups to obtain feedback on our programs and services. We also send out surveys regarding specific events to obtain member feedback on how to improve service delivery.
Examples of Program Success The Guild regularly receives thank you notes, and donations with kind words about the impact our programs are having on the community. We have also seen a significant increase in the number of families, educators and professionals who request our materials and attend our events. We have also been spotlighted by both National Down Syndrome organizations in their publications. Attendance at our 2013 events was at an all time high. Our educational conferences are rated highly by our members and attended by parents/educators/therapists from surrounding states as well. Parents report 90% satisfaction rate with our teen program and pre-k program.
Description Age appropriate social and educational activities are provided for Infant/Pre-School, Elementary, Teen and Adult persons with Downs syndrome.
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Down Syndrome
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities, , Adults
Short-Term Success The Guild defines short term success by the number of families who access our programs and refer other families to us for support.
Long-Term Success The Guild defines these programs as successful when our members access them and provide us feedback that they have made an impact on their lives as well as the community at large. We are also proud to have other Down syndrome parent groups from across the country contact our organization to mimic similar programs in their area.
Program Success Monitored By The Guild hosts periodic focus groups to obtain feedback on our programs and services. We also send out surveys regarding specific events to obtain member feedback on how to improve service delivery.
Examples of Program Success The Guild regularly receives thank you notes, and donations with kind words about the impact our programs are having on the community. We have also seen a significant increase in the number of families, educators and professionals who request our materials and attend our events. We have also been spotlighted by both National Down Syndrome organizations in their publications.
Description A New Parent Support Group meets quarterly for informational meetings that feature guest speakers and panels of peer families to lead discussions. Currently DSG supports 14 community groups in various locations in Greater Kansas City.  The Meal Voucher program helps offset expenses incurred by parents while staying in the hospital with their child.   Our Birthday Club Program remembers children and adults with Down syndrome on their birthday.
Category Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines, General/Other Down Syndrome
Population Served People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities, ,
Short-Term Success The Guild defines short term success by the number of families who access our programs and refer other families to us for support.
Long-Term Success The Guild defines these programs as successful when our members access them and provide us feedback that they have made an impact on their lives as well as the community at large. We are also proud to have other Down syndrome parent groups from across the country contact our organization to mimic similar programs in their area.
Program Success Monitored By The Guild hosts periodic focus groups to obtain feedback on our programs and services. We also send out surveys regarding specific events to obtain member feedback on how to improve service delivery.
Examples of Program Success The Guild regularly receives thank you notes, and donations with kind words about the impact our programs are having on the community. We have also seen a significant increase in the number of families, educators and professionals who request our materials and attend our events. We have also been spotlighted by both National Down Syndrome organizations in their publications.
Description
Adolescent years can be a particularly challenging time for anybody, especially teens with Down syndrome.  DSG's STARS program provides teens who are 12-18 years of age an opportunity to make friends, explore vocational opportunities, volunteer in their community, and develop their interests. 
Category Youth Development, General/Other Youth Development, General/Other
Population Served Adolescents Only (13-19 years), At-Risk Populations, Elderly and/or Disabled
Short-Term Success The STARS programs serves 150 teens in 37 counties in Kansas and Missouri.  DSG provides weekly social, prevocational, service related and life skills based activities to promote independence, inclusion and successful transition into adulthood.
Long-Term Success The goal of the STARS program is to provide social, pre-vocational, and life skills to help each teen achieve their greatest potential.
Program Success Monitored By
Program attendance and quarterly satisfaction surveys.
Examples of Program Success Attendance has increased, especially with increased focus on activity locations to the eastland and northland area.  This tells us we are meeting the need of an unserved population.
CEO Comments The Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City serves over 1200 families caring for a loved one with Down syndrome. It is our goal to be the number resource and authority on Down syndrome in the Kansas City area. We seek to provide services and programs that are beneficial throughout the lifespan of an individual with Down syndrome. Our programs are intended to connect families, communicate accurate information on Down syndrome and to educate parents, educators, professionals and the general community. DSG currently funds fourteen community groups that meet in various areas of Kansas City. These groups provide vital support and resources for our families in their immediate area. DSG continues to partner with local schools, hospitals, libraries, media outlets and civic groups to create greater awareness and acceptance of individuals with Down syndrome. It is only through our continued successful fundraising, private community support and generous grants that we can continue to fulfill our mission. Donations may be designated for a specific program or initiative and community involvement in any of our program planning is encouraged.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mrs. Amy Allison
Term Start Jan 2003
Experience Amy graduated from Brigham Young University with a double major in Psychology and Sociology. Amy began working with individuals with developmental disabilities in 1995. She started in direct care as a teaching counselor with a County Board provider organization in Missouri. Over the years Amy has assisted many individuals with disabilities to transition from school to work, to move into residential placements, to plan for marriages, and to obtain necessary entitlements such as Social Security and Medicaid. Amy also has experience with writing and implementing Individualized Education Plans and Person Centered Plans. When she is not working, Amy is a very active mom to three children. Amy is also very active in her church and is a voracious reader.
Former CEOs
NameTerm
Sandy Leach Dec 2001 - Aug 2002
Senior Staff
Title Program Director
Experience/Biography
Title Program Manager
Experience/Biography
Staff
Full-Time Staff 5
Volunteers 1000
Contractors 4
Retention Rate 100%
Formal Evaluations
CEO Formal Evaluation Yes
CEO/Executive Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Senior Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Yes
Non-Management Formal Evaluation Frequency Annually
Plans & Policies
Organization Has a Fundraising Plan Under Development
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Yes
Organization Policy and Procedures No
Nondiscrimination Policy No
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy No
Directors and Officers Insurance Policy No
Collaborations
DSG is the founder of Down Syndrome Affiliates in Action. This is a group of Down syndrome parent organizations who collaborate and share resources to enhance the Down syndrome movement. The Affiliates in Action conference in 2008 welcomed over 175 leaders from 63 groups in 32 states. Task force initiatives were identified at the conference and groups stepped up to lead these working groups which will provide feedback to all Down syndrome groups.
Affiliations
AffiliationYear
Affiliate/Chapter of National Organization (i.e. Girl Scouts of the USA, American Red Cross, etc.) - Affiliate/chapter1984
Awards
Award/RecognitionOrganizationYear
Meritorious Service Award to Executive Director Amy AllisonNational Down Syndrome Congress2006
Excellence in Nonprofit Communications 1st place for 2005 Annual ReportCouncil on Philanthropy2006
Excellence in Nonprofit Communications 2nd place for our Inclusions Solutions NewsletterCouncil on Philanthropy2006
Convention Support AwardNational Down Syndrome Congress2007
National Parent Group AwardNational Down Syndrome Congress2007
Philly Award for 2008 Annual ReportNon Profit Connect2009
Excellence in Nonprofit Leadership AwardSupport KC2010
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments The Down Syndrome Guild is currently implementing a strategic plan created in 2013 which focuses on program growth, outreach, and development of the Guild for the next 3-5 years.  Areas considered for growth include: --Developing an Employment Specialist and exploring opportunities to educate employers on the benefits of hiring individuals with Down syndrome--Enhancing programs for teens and adults with Down syndrome --Collaborating with school districts to create positive educational outcomes --Recruiting, training, and monitoring a core group of volunteers --Expanding public awareness of Down syndrome through educational conferences and outreach --Creating a web based database to track members and allow them to update their information as needed --Enhancing information shared with our members on research on Down syndrome --Reaching out to the urban core and under-served areas --Increasing our legislative advocacy --Reaching out to physicians to ensure quality medical care and sensitive interactions when informing a family prenatally or post-natally that their baby has Down syndrome.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mr. Tom Wagstaff
Company Affiliation Wagstaff & Cartmell
Term July 2014 to July 2015
Board CoChair
Board CoChair Mr. Joe Roos
Company Affiliation BKD, LLP.
Board Members
NameAffiliation
Ms. Danyel Bischof-Forsyth
Ms. JoAnn Butaud Attorney
Mr. Brian Cowley Park University
Mrs. Erin Hanavan
Ms. Veronica Manzano Community Volunteer
Mr. Travis Palangi HTK Architects
Mr. Joe Roos BKD
Ms. Jennifer Ross Church of the Reserrection
Mr. Brian Thomas
Mr. Scott Thompson Mobile Motive
Mr. Doug Wager Cerner Corporation
Mr. Tom Wagstaff Cartmell & Wagstaff, LLP
Ms. Ellen Wegner
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 12
Hispanic/Latino 1
Native American/American Indian 0
Other 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 7
Female 6
Unspecified 0
Governance
Board Term Lengths 4
Board Term Limits 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 62%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? No
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation Yes
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 12
Standing Committees
Community Outreach / Community Relations
Education
Executive
Finance
Nominating
Operations
Technology
CEO Comments
The Down Syndrome Guild recently revised our strategic plan for the next 3 years.   Areas considered for growth include:
--Developing an Employment program and explore opportunities to educate employers on the benefits of hiring individuals with Down syndrome.
--Enhancing programming for teens and adults with Down syndrome --Collaborating with school districts to create positive educational outcomes
--Recruiting, training, and monitoring a core group of volunteers --Expanding public awareness of Down syndrome through educational conferences and outreach
--Enhancing information shared with our members on research on Down syndrome
--Reaching out to the urban core and under-served areas
--Increasing our legislative advocacy
--Reaching out to physicians to ensure quality medical care and sensitive interactions when informing a family prenatally or post-natally that their baby has Down syndrome
 
 
Financials
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2014
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2014
Projected Revenue $775,000
Projected Expenses $763,000
Endowment Value $315,000
Spending Policy N/A
Percentage 0%
Form 990s
2012 DSG 990
2011 DSG 990
2010 DSG 990
2009 DSG 990
Audit Documents
2011 DSG Audit
2009 DSG Audit
IRS Letter of Exemption
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201220112010
Program Expense$454,230$441,334$562,797
Administration Expense$114,258$103,831$84,808
Fundraising Expense$0$0$0
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.381.171.14
Program Expense/Total Expenses80%81%87%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue0%0%0%
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201220112010
Total Assets$1,131,321$922,685$827,641
Current Assets$850,241$690,106$617,681
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$18,968$45,812$34,029
Total Net Assets$1,112,353$876,873$793,612
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201220112010
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities44.8315.0618.15
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201220112010
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201220112010
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount --First Downs for Down Syndrome $404,130 --
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Lucille and Bruce Lambert Foundation $50,000 --
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount --Greater Kansas City Community Foundation $20,000 --
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Goal $0.00
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments
The Down Syndrome Guild fulfills its mission through funds obtained from fundraisers and grants throughout the year. We work cooperatively with our sister organization, First Downs for Down Syndrome which raises money to support our programs and services. A variety of fundraisers are held throughout the year to promote awareness and raise funds. The events are as follows: Private Cellar Wine Tasting and Auction, Huddle Time Sports Auction, First Downs Golf Classic, Step Up for Down Syndrome Walk, Take Downs for Down Syndrome Wrestling Fundraiser, First Downs High School Football Fundraiser and Dress Down for Down Syndrome Days. In 2013, DSG revenue was $763,941.  We received $427,000. from First Downs for Down Syndrome from their fundraising events, compared to $405,000 in 2012. Expenditures in 2013 were $588,976 Of this amount, we are proud that only 14% was used for administrative purposes. As a result, more of our resources were available to directly support individuals with Down syndrome and their families, to provide information, and to educate the community about Down syndrome.  The resulting net income enabled DSG to contribute $41,613 to the endowment fund. Our goal is to contribute 5% of unrestricted revenue each year until the fund reaches an amount equal to one year’s operating expenses. Currently, DSG has approximately $315,000 in the endowment fund, which will be held to secure our future. In addition, the resulting net income allows us to carry forward resources to help in meeting and improving our programs for 2014. The work of DSG would not be possible without the financial support of the individuals, companies, organizations, and groups who are willing and ready to turn ideas into action and support our mission. We greatly appreciate those who supported DSG in 2013. DSG believes in prudently managing our financial resources, implementing innovative strategies, holding ourselves accountable for results and providing quality programs and services. All contributions are valued and recognized as integral to helping DSG fulfill our mission. For more information on how you can support the DSG, please contact 913-384-4848 or send an email to info@kcdsg.org. Our top three funding sources are First Downs for Down Syndrome, private donors and foundation grants.
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2012, 2011, 2010:  Financial data reported using IRS Form 990.  
  • Foundation/corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
 
 
Organization Name Down Syndrome Guild of Greater Kansas City, Inc.
Address 5960 Dearborn Street
Ste. 100
Mission, KS 66202
Primary Phone (913) 384-4848
Contact Email info@kcdsg.org
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Amy Allison
Board Chair Mr. Tom Wagstaff
Board Chair Company Affiliation Wagstaff & Cartmell
Year of Incorporation 1985