Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation
6675 Holmes Road
Suite 470
Kansas City MO 64131
Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 276-7555
Mission Statement
To provide support in the greater Kansas City area for crisis related medical assistance, neighborhood school health grants, and health education programs and services. To seek philanthropic support for these areas of emphasis. To preserve the legacies of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their charitable foundations.
CEO/Executive Director Beth Radtke
Board Chair Mrs Sara Goodburn
Board Chair Company Affiliation
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 2003
Former Names
Baptist-Lutheran Medical Center Foundation
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer Donations are accepted in cash or check; to make a gift by credit card, contact the office at (816) 276-7555 or visit Businesses, schools, civic and faith-based organizations, and other entities interested in undertaking a Coins for the Cabinet coin collection drive in support of Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet are invited to contact the Foundation office for information.
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement
To provide support in the greater Kansas City area for crisis related medical assistance, neighborhood school health grants, and health education programs and services. To seek philanthropic support for these areas of emphasis. To preserve the legacies of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their charitable foundations.
Background Statement

Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation (BTLLF), established in 2003, was created by the merger of the former Baptist Medical Center Foundation and Trinity Lutheran Hospital Foundation. The foundations and their respective hospitals supported the healthcare needs of the region for a combined 100+ years. BTLLF carries on this legacy through its education, grantmaking and scholarship programs, and its flagship program, Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet.

Impact Statement

Through a variety of programs, Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation (BTLLF) promotes access to health care for children and adults across the Kansas City region.

Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet (KCMC): Launched in 2005, BTLLF’s flagship initiative, KCMC, is a voucher-based program that helps individuals living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level to access specific healthcare services. For eligible individuals, KCMC provides support for dental emergencies, diabetic supplies, durable medical goods (including hearing aids), prescriptions, and vision exams and eyeglasses.

KCMC maintains strong partnerships with 15 social services agencies with 30 sites across the region that complete eligibility screening and provide vouchers to those in need. The program also serves women and children survivors at our region's six domestic violence shelters and clients of Cancer Action. In 2018, KCMC's core program assisted 3,081 individuals with 3,381 medical services needs totaling more than $1 million. We provided nearly $42,000 in assistance to 217 clients of Cancer Action, and over $15,000 in support to 86 child and adult survivors of domestic violence served by six local domestic violence agencies. As direct result of help from KCMC, uninsured or underinsured individuals are not forced to choose between putting food on the table or buying medicine.

Grantmaking & Scholarships: Good health in our schools lays the foundation for a nurturing learning environment and a lifetime of wellness. In 2018, the second year of Legacy Grants for Student Health, BTLLF awarded $200,000 to 11 area school districts. The funds were used for the purchase of asthma treatment supplies, health screening equipment, and mental health training for faculty, nurses, counselors and administrators. Launched in 2017, the Legacy Grants initiative is an extension of our long-term commitment to the University Academy Wellness Center, which is operated by Children’s Mercy Hospital. The Wellness Center on-site at the K-12 charter school operates like a doctor’s office, providing physicals, sports physicals, immunizations and acute care. BTLLF contributed $75,000 in support of the clinic's operations in the 2018/2019 school year.

In 2019, BTLLF’s two scholarship funds provided 92 nursing scholarships totaling $181,500 to 65 students enrolled at 16 nursing schools. The Foundation also provides assistance to family practice residents and hosts the annual Orear Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies.

Needs Statement
The Foundation seeks support for:
  1. Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet, a voucher-based program that helps individuals with financial challenges access specific health care needs, such as dental emergencies, diabetic supplies, durable medical goods (including hearing aids), prescriptions, and vision exams and eyeglasses.

  2. Scholarships for nursing students through two funds, the Trinity Lutheran School of Nursing Alumnae Scholarship and the L.A. Hollinger, M.D. Scholarship.
Service Categories
Fund Raising & Fund Distribution
Areas of Service
MO - Jackson County
MO - Clay County
MO - Platte County
KS - Wyandotte County
KS - Johnson County
MO - Eastern Jackson Co
MO - Jackson County Urban Core
KS - Wyandotte County Urban Core
Geographic Area Served Narrative
Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet reached a broad swath of the region in 2018, having served some 3,000 individuals in 11 counties in Missouri and 8 in Kansas.
Of the 3,081 clients served in 2018, 61% reside in Missouri, including 53% in Jackson County. Five percent live in Clay County, and the balance (3%) live in nine counties: Bates, Caldwell, Cass, Clinton, Johnson, Lafayette, Pettis, Platte and Ray.
The remaining 39% live in Kansas, including 26% in Wyandotte County, 10.5% in Johnson County and the balance (2.5%) in six counties: Doniphan, Douglas, Franklin, Leavenworth, Miami and Shawnee.
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
The Board of Directors and staff of Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation are honored to carry on the legacies of Baptist Medical Center and Trinity Lutheran Hospital, which closed in 2006 and 2003, respectively. With the funds remaining in our care, we perpetuate existing programming, including nursing scholarships and the Orear Institute medical conference, and we also have developed new efforts to support access to healthcare across the Kansas City region. Among these initiatives are our Legacy Grants for Student Health, which since 2017 has disbursed $312,500 to eleven school districts in Kansas and Missouri. In addition, since 2005, our flagship program, Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet (KCMC), has helped meet the urgent healthcare needs of thousands of area residents.
Our greatest challenge as an organization is how to tell the story of our work in a way that attracts individuals and others who want to support our programs. In particular, Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet has the potential to serve thousands more individuals in need each year. We need the support of generous individuals, civic and faith-based organizations, foundations and corporations to be able to grow this unique means of caring for our neighbors, and we also need to identify additional non-profit partners across the region that can help us deliver services to more people who are struggling financially.
The nature of our work makes it difficult to quantify the benefits of our programs to individuals and our community. Our scholarship and grantmaking programs have a lasting, but intangible impact. Unfortunately, we do not have the capacity to follow the career successes of nursing students or the medical professionals who attend the annual Orear Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies.
Similarly, our Legacy Grants for Student Health contribute positively to the health and well-being of some 100,000 students in the 11 districts we support. The grant funds, targeted to schools with high populations of students served by the free and reduced-price lunch program, are used to purchase supplies, equipment and training. The supplies and equipment generally meet acute needs, such as asthma treatment or a blood pressure screening, and we have no way of determining the long-term benefits. The mental health training helps school employees at various levels to identify and address the needs of students who may be struggling with bullying or self-esteem issues. Unfortunately, we have no means to quantify the use of the skills and techniques that address the students' needs--needs which might otherwise go unmet. Each year, school districts are challenged to do more with less money. Legacy Grant funds free-up districts' limited budgeted dollars for other uses.  
Each year Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet provides over $1 million in medical services to individuals with financial challenges. This vital work plays a role in clients' successes--for example, a client cannot read a job application without eyeglasses--but the client's success is due in larger part to case management, job training, job placement assistance and other support provided by our social services agency partners. KCMC makes a difference, but for most of the individuals we serve, the positive change in their life is a joint effort in which we play a small role.
While the BTLLF Board and staff acknowledge the importance of measurable outcomes, the challenges of quantifying our impact will not discourage our efforts.

Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet (KCMC), established in 2005, collaborates with non-profits that provide other types of social services to offer medical assistance for individuals in financial need. KCMC provides funds for dental emergencies, diabetic supplies, durable medical equipment (including hearing aids), prescriptions and vision exams and eyeglasses. The program also partners with the region's domestic violence shelters, and Cancer Action to assist with needs specific to cancer patients. KCMC does not pay for routine physician, hospital or dental visits, or controlled substances.

Currently, KCMC is collaborating with 15 social services agencies for a total of 30 intake sites across the region, as well as six domestic violence organizations and Cancer Action. In 2019, KCMC expects to provide over $1 million in services to 3,200 individuals (3,400 medical services needs). In 2018, our core program provided assistance totaling $1 million to 3,081 individuals (3,381 medical services needs). We provided nearly $42,000 in assistance to 217 clients of Cancer Action and over  $15,000 in support to 86 child and adult survivors served by our region's six domestic violence agencies.

In 2019, KCMC launched its first-ever outreach effort, Sight & Sound. Sight & Sound provides Medicine Cabinet services on-site at day programs for seniors. In 2020, we will expand our outreach work to include immigrants and refugees, as well as individuals who have been released from incarceration. By going on-site to new social services partners, we expect to serve hundreds of low-income individuals in need of medical services who might not otherwise have access to Kansas City;'s Medicine Cabinet.
Program Budget $1,500,000.00
Category Health Care, General/Other Patient Care/Health Care Delivery
Population Served People/Families of People with Health Conditions
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Individual client needs satisfied by the program are one measure of success for Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet. For 2019, we expect to provide 3,400 services valued at over $1 million to 3,200 unduplicated individuals. Of the individuals we expect to serve, 70% will benefit from Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet for the first time.
Program Success Monitored By
Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet staff produce regular reports for internal use and reports that are shared with our agency partners. Among the reports we provide are: The overall number of unduplicated individuals served; the overall number of services provided and a breakdown of services provided by service category; the total dollar value of services provided in each of our five service categories; and the number of clients served by each intake site. These reports include data collected in MAACLink, a database that manages the distribution of emergency assistance to individuals and families across the Kansas City region. Developed and maintained by the Mid America Assistance Coalition, MAACLink is used by hundreds of local social services agencies.
Examples of Program Success
Calendar Year:
2018: 3,381 services totaling $1 million provided to 3,081 individuals (68% were first-time clients); 
2017: 4,443 services totaling $1.32 million provided to 3,874 individuals (67% were first-time clients); 
2016: 4,595 services totaling $1.12 million provided to 3,968 individuals (68% were first-time clients); 
2015: 4,088 services totaling $918,961 provided to 3,715 individuals; 
2014: 4,000 services totaling $803,355 provided to 3,719 individuals
Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation’s enduring commitment to the health and welfare of the Kansas City region is demonstrated by support of educational opportunities for current and future healthcare providers.
In 2019, the Foundation provided $181,500 in nursing scholarships to 65 individuals enrolled at 16 nursing schools through:
  • Trinity Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Scholarship: open to any individual pursuing an RN or BSN degree. 
  • Hollinger Respiratory and Nursing Scholarship: open to students applying for a Trinity Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing Alumnae Scholarship.

Among BTLLF's other Health Education initiatives are the Dr. Jack H. Hill Continuing Medical Education Foundation, the Orear Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies, and the Stelmach Endowment. The Jack Hill Fund supports healthcare related education needs, such as educational materials and speakers. The Orear Institute for Post-Graduate Medical Studies, which is an annual post-graduate conference that highlights recent advances in clinical medicine. Through the Stelmach Endowment, BTLLF provides educational opportunities to family practice residents.
Program Budget $570,000.00
Category Education, General/Other Student Financial Aid
Population Served Adults
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed No
Short-Term Success
Among our objectives is that nursing scholarship recipients will graduate from their respective programs and become active members of the medical profession workforce. We also expect that credentialed professionals pursuing additional training and/or CME credit will add to their skills and knowledge so they will be better prepared to serve our region. BTLLF does not have the capacity to track the graduation and careers of nursing scholarship recipients. For the annual Orear Institute medical conference, attendees complete an annual survey that collects feedback about the current year's event (e.g., course content, overall organization, facility location and cleanliness) and encourages participants to offer ideas for future conference sessions and other changes. The survey elements are rated on a scale of 1 (low) to 5 (high), and the conference primarily garners scores of of 4.8 to 4.9.
Long-Term Success Through scholarships, grants for continuing medical education, and the presentation of the annual Orear Institute medical conference, BTLLF supports formative education experiences for aspiring nurses and ongoing professional development for physicians and other medical professionals. BTLLF does not have the capacity to track the careers of nurses, physicians and other medical professionals long-term. For the 2019 Orear medical conference, 77 of the 101 attendees earned a total of 927.6 hours of CME credit.
Program Success Monitored By To receive their second semester payment, Trinity School of Nursing Alumnae Fund and Hollinger Scholarship awardees are required to submit transcript and certification information. Nursing students must maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average to qualify to receive their second semester payment. Attendees of the annual Orear Institute medical conference are asked each year to complete a feedback survey about their conference experience; the survey also offers opportunities for written feedback. Each year, this information is analyzed and used to make improvements to the conference.
Examples of Program Success BTLLF does not have the capacity to ensure nursing students complete their studies and their license requirements. Insofar as the Orear Institute medical conference, the annual event is considered successful if the survey result ratings are above 4.5 (5 is the top score possible) and the written feedback is positive and constructive.
Through our grant awards, BTLLF aspires to improve the health of school communities through programs and purchases that directly address the physical and/or mental health needs of a school. The grant funds are targeted to districts and schools with a high population of students enrolled in the free and reduced-cost school lunch program.
Over the past 11 years, the Foundation has provided over $1.1 million to support University Academy's school-based Wellness Center, including $75,000 for the 2019/2020 academic year. The clinic, a partnership with Children's Mercy Hospital, provides immunizations, sports physicals and gynecology/reproduction health care, as well as care for asthma, childhood obesity and other health challenges. The overarching goal of this effort is better student health and a firm understanding of health care practices by students, which hopefully leads to life-long healthy habits.
In 2018, BTLLF awarded its second round of Legacy Grants for Student Health, distributing a total of $200,000 to 11 schools districts in Kansas and Missouri. The funds were awarded for three purposes: asthma treatment and supplies; health screening equipment and mental health training. Although the grants are targeted to districts and schools with significant percentages of students enrolled in the free and reduced-cost school lunch program, over 100,000 students across the Kansas City region may benefit from these investments. Launched in 2017, the Legacy Grants program invested $112,500 into six school districts in its inaugural year.
Program Budget $275,000.00
Category Education, General/Other School Health Services
Population Served K-12 (5-19 years)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success In the 2017/2018 academic year, over 800 of the 1,067 students enrolled at University Academy were registered with the Wellness Clinic. There were 485 clinic visits during the school year.
Long-Term Success The full-time nurse practitioner and other staff members assigned to and employed by the University Academy continue to have a positive impact on the health and well-being of the students and their families.
Program Success Monitored By The Foundation receives quarterly and annual reports from the nurse practitioner and physician overseeing the University Academy Wellness Center.
Examples of Program Success
During the 2017/2018 academic year, over 800 students were registered to seek health services at the University Academy Wellness Center. Clinic staff provided 485 clinic encounters to registered students. Among the services provided were: 195 immunizations; 177 sports physicals; 152 visits for acute illnesses and 41 visits for asthma and other respiratory illnesses. 
CEO Comments
While some BTLLF programs are direct legacies of our hospital foundation forebears, the BTLLF Board of Directors and staff have undertaken research to identify unmet needs and gaps in services in the Kansas City region. The Legacy Grants for Student Health program provides grants that allow cash-strapped school districts to purchase screening equipment, asthma treatment supplies and mental health training for the benefit of students, faculty and staff. Our largest program, Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet, ensures that uninsured and underinsured individuals in our region can access basic medical needs. These two powerful initiatives are supported by the Foundation's own unrestricted funds; we also seek charitable support to allow us to serve more people in need through Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet.
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Beth Radtke
Term Start June 2018
Experience Beth Radtke has served the non-profit sector in some capacity for more than 20 years. After nearly eight years in development and communications at St. Louis-based non-profits, Ms. Radtke began her 13-year tenure at Commerce Bank in the role of Grants Manager. In 2010, she was promoted and relocated to Kansas City to serve as the Director of Administration, and in 2012, she was appointed Foundation Office Director. She has served on non-profit boards, committees and task forces. Raised in St. Louis, Missouri, Ms. Radtke earned an Executive MBA at UMKC's Henry W. Bloch School of Management and an AB in Psychology at Bryn Mawr College.
Former CEOs
Becky Schaid2003 - Mar 2018
Senior Staff
Title Program Director, Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet
Experience/Biography Lynette Jones began in her role as the Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet Program Director in August 2017. Ms. Jones joined KCMC, after serving for nearly four years as Senior Career Navigator and Manager with the Full Employment Council. Immediately prior, she worked for two years as the Connections Director at the YMCA of Greater Kansas City, a position she took after more than five years as the Director of TRIO's Student Support Services at Donnelly College. A native of Columbus, Ohio, Ms. Jones earned her MA in Journalism with a concentration in Education from Ohio State University and her BA in Communications (Public Relations) with a concentration in Business from Howard University.
Paid Full-Time Staff 4
Paid Part-Time Staff 2
Paid Contractors 8
Volunteers 40
Staff Diversity (Ethnicity)
African American/Black 2
Caucasian 4
Staff Diversity (Gender)
Female 6
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 Under Development
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes
  • Bishop Sullivan Center (2 sites in Kansas City, MO)
  • Community Assistance Council (one site in Kansas City, MO)
  • Community Services League (8 sites in Kansas City, MO)
  • Cross-Lines Community Outreach (one site in Kansas City, KS)
  • El Centro (2 sites in KS)
  • Good Samaritan Center (one site in MO)
  • Grandview Assistance Program (one site in MO)
  • Guadalupe Centers-Belton (one site in MO)
  • Jewish Family Services (one site in Kansas City, MO and one site in Johnson County, KS)
  • Johnson County Human Services (5 sites in Johnson County, KS)
  • Lee's Summit Social Services (one site in MO)
  • Metropolitan Lutheran Ministries (one site in Kansas City, MO)
  • Northland Assistance Center (one site in MO)
  • Reconciliation Services (one site in MO)
  • Salvation Army Harbor Light Village (KS)
  • Salvation Army Southland (MO)

Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet also partners with Cancer Action (one site each in KS and MO) and the region's six domestic violence agencies: Friends of Yates and SAFEHOME in Kansas, and Hope House, Newhouse, Rose Brooks Center and Synergy Services in Missouri.
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? No
CEO Comments
In the past year, we have recognized some of the limitations of our original program model. Namely, our partner agencies serve many of the same individuals each year. While this allows us to continue to help their clients in need, if these agencies do not add to their caseload each year, Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet cannot continue the exponential growth the program recorded in its first decade. This realization has led to the development of outreach programming that targets specific populations, including seniors, immigrants and refugees and individuals who have recently left incarceration. Each group has unique needs and each is greatly underserved by traditional healthcare programs and providers.
In 2020, our new outreach coordinator position will continue our efforts with seniors and launch work with immigrants and refugees and the re-entry population. In addition, this role will adhere to a regular schedule of visits to other non-profits and programs where individuals gather. These efforts will help the program to reach more people in need.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mrs Sara Goodburn
Board Members
Ms. Cheryl AndersonCommunity Volunteer
Ms Sara ColtCommunity Volunteer
Ms. Virginia CoppingerCommunity Volunteer
Ms. Bette CroesCommunity Volunteer
Ms Liz DeckertCommunity Volunteer
Dr. James EarnestJames Earnest Investments
Ms. Sara GoodburnCommunity Volunteer
Ms Shelly IsemanCommunity Volunteer
Mr. Rich JonesMitchell Capital Financial
Ms. Shannon KuczynskiHCA MidAmerica Division
Ms. Susie LawHCA Midwest Health
Mr. Jason LoftonQTI .Inc
Mr. Harley MetcalfePM Sleep Labs, SETX Sleep Diagnostics
Mr. Craig RoederCommunity Volunteer
Dr. Jane RuesCommunity Volunteer
Dr. Steve SalanskiTranscend Population Health Management
Mr. Kurt SaylorCommunity Volunteer
Dr. Jennifer TiemanResearch Family Medicine Residency Program/HCA Midwest Health
Mr. Al TikwartCommunity Volunteer
Mr. Kenneth WoodwardWoodward, Hunt & Associates, CPAs PC
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 2
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 18
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 9
Female 11
Unspecified 0
Board Term Lengths 2
Board Term Limits 3
Board Meeting Attendance % 81%
Written Board Selection Criteria? Yes
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? Yes
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 100%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 0%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 5
Standing Committees
Special Events (Golf Tournament, Walk / Run, Silent Auction, Dinner / Gala)
Distributions / Grant Making
Program / Program Planning
CEO Comments All Board members are required to be a member of the Finance Committee, the Medical Assistance Committee or the Health Education Committee. Board members are permitted to serve on more than one committee if desired. The committees provide oversight and development of policies and procedures for Kansas City's Medicine Cabinet and the criteria for community grant applications.
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $3,164,026
Projected Expenses $3,114,026
Endowment Value $2,646,146
Spending Policy Percentage
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2018, 2017, 2016: Financial data reported using the IRS Form 990.
  • Foundations/Corporate revenue line item may include contributions from individuals.
Detailed Financials
Revenue SourcesHelpThe financial analysis involves a comparison of the IRS Form 990 and the audit report (when available) and revenue sources may not sum to total based on reconciliation differences. Revenue from foundations and corporations may include individual contributions when not itemized separately.
Fiscal Year201820172016
Foundation and
Corporation Contributions
Government Contributions$0$0$0
Individual Contributions------
Investment Income, Net of Losses$3,305,771$2,639,752$782,238
Membership Dues------
Special Events$24,021$66,944$106,359
Revenue In-Kind------
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201820172016
Program Expense$2,057,463$2,694,175$2,106,439
Administration Expense$411,312$388,183$348,680
Fundraising Expense$87,750$108,496$104,368
Payments to Affiliates------
Total Revenue/Total Expenses1.360.980.45
Program Expense/Total Expenses80%84%82%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201820172016
Total Assets$43,514,193$47,859,894$43,664,772
Current Assets$1,423,916$1,634,426$1,378,329
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$474,731$604,604$248,677
Total Net Assets$43,039,462$47,255,290$43,416,095
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities3.002.705.54
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201820172016
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets0%0%0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201820172016
Top Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- --Anonymous $180,000
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- --Anonymous $148,432
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar Amount -- --Anonymous $20,000
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments
BTLLF is honored to continue the legacies of Baptist Medical Center, Trinity Lutheran Hospital and their respective foundations. The funds left in our care have a positive impact on over 100,000 individuals' lives each year. We promote access to healthcare by supporting educational opportunities for nursing students, medical residents and practicing professionals. We provide valuable grant dollars that support programs and services for students in both Kansas and Missouri, patents at safety net clinics, individuals with an arthritis diagnosis and other groups. Finally, for low-income people on both sides of the state line we facilitate access to basic medical needs, including an eye exam and glasses, a hearing screening and hearing aids, prescriptions and dental care.
BTLLF proudly stewards its resources to improve the health and quality-of-life of individuals in our region.
Other Documents
Organization Name Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation
Address 6675 Holmes Road
Suite 470
Kansas City, MO 64131
Primary Phone (816) 276-7555
Contact Email
CEO/Executive Director Beth Radtke
Board Chair Mrs Sara Goodburn
Year of Incorporation 2003
Former Names
Baptist-Lutheran Medical Center Foundation