Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City The Children’s SPOT
4333 Pennsylvania Ave
Kansas City MO 64111-3343

Web and Phone Contact
Telephone (816) 932-3832
Fax 816- 932-3903
Mission Statement

The mission of The Children's SPOT (Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy) is to provide early and intensive pediatric therapy services to infants and children with disabilities and developmental delays, regardless of ability to pay.

CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Jeanette Worthington
Board Chair Mrs. Anne Gagel
Board Chair Company Affiliation Community Advocate
History and Background
Year of Incorporation 1980
Former Names
Saint Luke's Developmental Preschool
Volunteer Opportunities
Ways to donate, support, or volunteer
Checks, online, phone, and in-kind donations are gladly accepted.  We also appreciate gently used toys and clothing items for preschool aged children.  We have some opportunity for volunteer help in our Developmental Preschool, but this must be coordinated through the Saint Luke's Hospital Volunteer Services Department.
Financial Summary
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Mission Statement

The mission of The Children's SPOT (Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapy) is to provide early and intensive pediatric therapy services to infants and children with disabilities and developmental delays, regardless of ability to pay.

Background Statement

In 1980, The Children’s SPOT at Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City was founded as a small pediatric rehabilitative program, focused on providing early and intensive therapy for infants and children with disabilities and developmental delays. From day one, The Children’s SPOT filled an unaddressed niche in the greater Kansas City community. Today, 39 years later, The SPOT is still one of the most intensive providers of speech, physical and occupational therapy for young children in Kansas City. 

The Children’s SPOT has accomplished these key milestones in its 39 year history:

  • In 1995, The Family Assistance Program was established to serve the growing population of uninsured and under insured patients. Since that time, the program has disbursed over $2.2 million to hundreds of children and families.
  • The Children’s SPOT has now served more than 9,300 children. 
  • In 2007, a $3 million capital campaign was completed which moved The SPOT from a building that was not handicapped accessible and located on a busy street with unsafe parking - to a new, dedicated facility at 43rd and Pennsylvania.
  • In 2013 The Children's SPOT's Endowment Fund reached a $1 million. In 2014 we began utilizing a portion of the earned revenue to cover additional expenses.
  • SPOT clinicians have consistently achieved a 9.5/10 rating or better on anonymous parent satisfaction surveys for the past several years.
  • The Children’s SPOT proudly employs some of the most talented speech, physical and occupational therapists in Kansas City.  Combined, they offer 240 years of working experience at The Children's SPOT.  6 of our 10 therapists have 25+ years of service to our program. 
Impact Statement
2018 Accomplishments: 
  • Served 862 infants and children with a wide range of developmental delays and disabilities.
  • Provided financial scholarships through SPOT's Family Assistance Fund to 86 children whose parents could not afford the cost of care. Provided a total of $92,636 in scholarship support.
  • Continued using earned interest from Endowment fund to offset operating losses.
  • Maintained a 30+ year collaboration with two nearby private schools, providing onsite therapy services.
  • Continued to provide integrated care to families with sick and fragile infants discharged from the Saint Luke's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Infants are followed by SPOT clinicians for the first two years of life to assess challenges and tailor interventions.
  • Initiated and led a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Special Interest Group to assure standardized care and necessary competencies across all NICUs in the Saint Luke's Health System. 
  • Provided over 380 speech, hearing and fine/gross motor screenings to children at two off-site contracts.
  • Provided 81 shadowing/observation hours for students seeking entry into graduate programs in allied health. Supervised four graduate level students through 8-12 week internships.
  • A SPOT occupational therapist participated in weekly March of Dimes Parent Training sessions at Saint Luke’s Hospital NICU to help prepare parents for their baby’s discharge from the NICU.
  • Installed an outdoor patio to ease congestion in The Children’s SPOT waiting room during summer months and provide parents an alternative waiting space.
Goals for 2019:
  • Raise $400,000 in philanthropic support for general operating and Family Assistance Fund needs.
  • Increase scholarship support for families struggling to pay for their child's therapies.
  • Assure that Children's SPOT staff access continuing education funds available through the Saint Luke's Health System and/or Saint Luke's Hospital.
  • Facilitate staff participation in the development of action plans in relation to annual employee survey results.
Needs Statement

Most Pressing Needs

  • Securing adequate funding for our Family Assistance Fund - $130,000.
  • Raising funds for General Operating Support - $200,000.
  • Acquiring additional space for parking - cost to be determined.
Service Categories
Rehabilitative Care
Special Education
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
CEO/Executive Director/Board Chair Statement
The Children’s SPOT Advisory Board was established in 1994 as a fundraising and advocacy vehicle. Our mission is to help SPOT achieve and maintain financial stability and community awareness through beneficial relationships, strategic planning, donor cultivation and stewardship. I am proud to serve as president of this board.
As we look to the future, two fundraising needs stand out: the need to raise approximately $400,000 each year for Family Assistance and operating funds, while simultaneously continuing to grow the endowment, which we are proud to say reached $1 million in 2013.
Unfortunately, the gap is widening in the amount insurance plans will cover for children with disabilities needing targeted, early therapies. The Children’s SPOT is committed to increasing access to these services for all families, including families receiving Medicaid and those with no insurance. Our therapies are designed for children in their earliest years. In fact, the short window of time between birth and three is ideally suited for intensive treatment and usually results in significant gains in children's social skills, physical mastery and cognitive-linguistic capabilities.
However, paying for this care is a struggle for many families. Those with insurance are given a limited number of visits as most insurance companies consider disabilities a “short-term” care issue or not rehabilitative in nature. Others receive Medicaid or have no insurance and already struggle to provide basic care for their children, let alone paying for the added cost of pediatric therapies.
At The Children's SPOT, we are proud to serve children and families from every socio-economic stratum, coming to us from more than 30 counties in Missouri and Kansas. We are committed to helping them all.
Anne Gagel
President, The Children's SPOT Advisory Board
SPOT's cornerstone therapy program is Developmental Preschool which serves children with the most severe disabilities and developmental delays. The program offers Kansas City's most intensive pediatric approach in occupational and speech therapies. Preschoolers meet for 2 1/2 hours, four days a week in classrooms led by a speech language pathologist and an occupational therapist, who integrate therapy into every activity.  Children advance through individual treatment plans using art, dance, music and creative play. The agency's state-of-the-art facility compliments therapies and features a sensory integration playground complete with a puppet stage, jungle gym, ball pit, zip line, trampoline, swings and climbing wall.
Category Education, General/Other Special Education
Population Served Infants to Preschool (under age 5), People/Families with People of Developmental Disabilities
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short term success of the Developmental Preschool is measured by looking at each child’s overall progress and developmental growth. Because our patients have varying diagnoses and degrees of ability, success can look very different from one child to the next. Regardless, it is critical to individually evaluate and continually monitor the children’s progress to assure they are thriving under our care. If successful, therapy culminates in each child’s successful transition to the least restrictive educational setting possible.
Long-Term Success Children with disabilities and developmental delays will receive the critical therapy to help them reach their highest level of functional ability and quality of life, regardless of ability to pay for services.  By receiving this early and intensive therapy, children will also have a more successful transition to early childhood programs or elementary school.
Program Success Monitored By Each child in the Developmental Preschool has an individualized treatment plan based on the child’s needs, family priorities, and the therapists’ knowledge of childhood development. Goals are designed to incrementally challenge and enhance each child’s skill level, while also building self confidence. Therapists maintain a medical record for each child that charts progress in monthly notes. Data collection tools include standardized testing, weekly measurement of progress toward goals, observation in the context of natural play, and family/caretaker feedback. Speech/language pathologists track progress toward goals in the areas of receptive and expressive language, articulation, cognition and oral motor skills; occupational therapists measure progress in the areas of fine motor, gross motor skills, sensory integration and self-care skills; and physical therapists track address gross motor development.
Examples of Program Success

The Developmental Preschool program has historically been at capacity and had a waiting list. Feedback from families and referring physicians indicated high satisfaction with services, while philanthropy helped provide scholarship assistance to any family lacking insurance coverage or the ability to pay for services. The majority of children discharged from this program in 2018 moved to their local school districts, still needing continued intervention due to their challenging and complex diagnoses, but required less intensive therapy and could function in larger classrooms. Two children transferred to typical preschool environments. These outcomes translated to highly satisfied parents who were pleased with their child’s overall care.

Description Some children come to The Children's SPOT by physician referral for individual speech, physical and/or occupational therapy sessions. Generally, this program is for children needing a less intensive therapy plan.  Standardized evaluations are administered to help pinpoint areas to address and each child is then given a set of unique treatment goals.  SPOT clinicians strive to ensure that 100% of patients achieve their therapy goals.
Category Health Care, General/Other Occupational Therapy
Population Served Infants to Preschool (under age 5)
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Short term success of individual treatment is measured by looking at each child’s overall progress. Steady incremental growth should be occurring with goals updated regularly, and discharge criteria set so that therapist, child and family are prepared and satisfied at the conclusion of treatment.
Long-Term Success Children with mild to moderate deficits in one or more areas of development will receive individual therapy sessions that target specific needs and essentially resolve any identified problems.
Program Success Monitored By Each patient seen for individual therapy is an outpatient of Saint Luke's Hospital and as such, has a permanent medical record. Each record contains: results of initial and subsequent standardized tests, plan for treatment, statement of prognosis, weekly notes describing response to goals, documentation of dates of treatment and length of sessions, physician orders approving treatment, any necessary demographic information and notations of any communication with insurance companies or approved contacts.
Examples of Program Success
Success in therapy is evident when children develop one or more of the following skills: correct articulation of speech sounds, appropriate use of grammar and syntax, accurate processing of auditory and visual information, correct letter formation and age appropriate handwriting skills, good balance and coordination, enhanced feeding skills and nutrition, or increased self-care skills. In all cases, success means helping children reach their full potential; eager to learn in Kindergarten and beyond.
In 2018, 84% of children discharged from individual therapy demonstrated moderate to significant progress, while 42% achieved all goals and/or reached age appropriate status.  
Description SPOT's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Follow-up Clinic assesses infants at risk for developmental problems due to prematurity or other complications before or during birth. Babies are referred for screenings by neonatologists and undergo a team evaluation conducted by a speech pathologist and physical or occupational therapist.  Infants are followed at approximately 6, 9, 15 and 21 months of age to determine if developmental milestones are being achieved within age-appropriate time frames. These screenings provide important developmental information to parents and also help identify potential problems early in the child's life. As necessary, referrals for additional therapy or support services are made so problems can be quickly addressed.
Category Health Care, General/Other Health Diagnostic, Intervention & Treatment Services
Population Served Infants to Preschool (under age 5), People/Families with of People with Disabilities
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success Infants will receive timely and appropriate screenings and primary caregivers will receive important developmental information that, in some cases, prevents problems from occurring or worsening. Those babies needing additional therapy or support services will be given immediate attention and/or options for treatment.
Long-Term Success All developmental delays or complications from premature birth will be identified during the screenings and, as necessary, referrals made to quickly and successfully treat potential problems or delays. Parents will also feel empowered to provide appropriate and nurturing developmental care enabling each infant to meet their highest potential.
Program Success Monitored By Each child has an individual medical record that documents dates of visits and whether developmental norms are being met at each stage. Records also note those referred for follow-up care, as well as specific recommendations given to the families. Additionally, overall program statistics provide the annual number of: infants/families involved in the program, number of screenings completed, infants referred for therapy as well as the type of therapy recommended, and infants who received financial assistance. Comparison of annual statistics indicates program success when a high percentage of families are taking advantage of this voluntary program and additionally are choosing to return for subsequent developmental screenings. Conversely, a low percentage of babies requiring referrals indicates the high quality of neonatal care provided at Saint Luke’s Hospital and that developmental information offered to families in the early stages can avoid need for additional therapies.
Examples of Program Success Example of Success: Last year, 231 infants were seen for a total of 333 visits. 41% were referred for additional services such as: physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, orthopedics, nutrition services, and/or vision consultation.  This is considered a relatively low percentage, given this is such a high risk population.  In addition, 16% of babies followed last year demonstrated signs of torticollis - an increasingly common condition where the baby develops tight neck muscles causing the baby to hold his head tilted and/or turned to one side.  When caught early, this condition can be corrected.  Parent education about torticollis during these clinic visits alleviated need for physical therapy and/or a corrective helmet in most cases.  When referring infants for additional services, therapists worked with family preferences and considered location, cost, eligibility, and availability of appropriate providers.  In many instances, therapists made referrals to Missouri First Steps or Kansas Infant Toddler Services so that therapy could be provided at home and at minimal or no cost to the family.
Description Infants born prematurely or with a disability are monitored by a Children’s SPOT Occupational Therapist in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. The therapist monitors infants for specific feeding difficulties and implements treatments to help them grow and thrive. Ultimately, this therapy leads to decreased stays in the NICU.
Category Health Care, General/Other Inpatient/Hospital Care
Population Served Infants to Preschool (under age 5), People/Families with of People with Disabilities
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
In the short-term, the Inpatient Therapy program will successfully monitor infants for specific feeding difficulties and provide the best possible treatment plan.  This will lead to decreased stays in the NICU.
Long-Term Success
In the long-term, the NICU Follow-up Clinic or the Individual Therapy program will provide the building blocks for an infant to achieve normal growth and nutritional intake, as well as age appropriate developmental skills.
Program Success Monitored By
Program success is monitored by staff in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.  Together, physicians and the Inpatient Therapy provider will determine the best possible treatment methods and evaluate outcomes from patient discharge data.
Examples of Program Success
The Children's SPOT has provided Inpatient Therapy services at Saint Luke's Hospital since 1980.  Designed to provide a seamless continuum of care, the program's success has led to decreased stays in the NICU and problem identification at the earliest possible age.
Description Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided on-site at two local private schools, offering convenience for parents and limited time out of the classroom for patients.
Category Health Care, General/Other Early Intervention & Prevention
Population Served Children Only (5 - 14 years), People/Families with of People with Disabilities
Program is linked to organization's mssion Yes
Program Frequently Assessed Yes
Short-Term Success
In the short-term, the program will make it possible to meet developmental milestones and function well in a mainstream classroom.
Long-Term Success
In the long term, the developmental therapy provided in the community will give children the potential to function at their highest possible ability.
Program Success Monitored By
Program success is monitored by weekly progress notes and annual evaluations that demonstrate progress toward treatment goals. 
Examples of Program Success
The program is considered a success when children are able to meet motor and speech goals, are functioning well in the mainstream classroom, and spend as little time as possible out of the classroom.
CEO Comments
I am fortunate to have worked at The Children's SPOT for 34 years.  When I began, early intervention programs were nearly non-existent and families had very few options for treatment.  The Children's SPOT met a critical need then and continues to do so now.  The program has grown since its early days of treating approximately 100 children per year to now touching the lives of more than 850 children and families annually. Over the course of a year, we serve approximately 35 children through our Developmental Preschool and 500 children through weekly individual speech, physical or occupational therapy (including children served at two nearby private schools).  An additional 300 or more infants recently discharged from Saint Luke's NICU receive developmental screenings from staff clinicians, and one of our therapists works full-time in the NICU to assist with feeding issues that are common in premature infants.  
I am proud to say the majority of our therapists have worked at The Children's SPOT for 25 years or more.  I believe their experience and dedication speak favorably to parents who are sometimes at a vulnerable stage in seeking help for their child. Our staff works diligently to process referrals as quickly as possible, obtain the necessary insurance authorizations, and work together with families to determine the best course of treatment for each child.  Interventions provided at The Children's SPOT are designed for early skill development that leads to gains in cognition, receptive and expressive language, fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration, self-care and more.  80% of a child's brain develops before age 3 and an additional 10% develops before Kindergarten. So this short window of time is ideal for intensive therapy and usually results in significant gains. But it also takes skilled professionals to help children realize those gains - like the team of experienced and team-oriented therapists found at The Children's SPOT. 
We are extremely grateful for philanthropic support from the community that helps sustain The Children's SPOT and enables us to offer financial assistance to families who lack adequate insurance coverage and otherwise could not afford the cost of therapy.  We would not exist today without this support.
Jeanette Worthington, M.S., CCC/SLP
The Children's SPOT Manager 
Executive Director/CEO
Executive Director Mrs. Jeanette Worthington
Term Start May 1986
Experience Jeanette Worthington has been a full-time staff member of The Children's SPOT since 1985 and Director since 1986.  She holds a B.S. in Speech/Language Pathology from the University of Kansas and a M.S. in Speech/Language Pathology from Southern Methodist University. She is licensed as a speech/language pathologist in the states of Kansas and Missouri. Jeanette holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech/Language/Hearing Association. In addition to overseeing the clinical and philanthropic efforts for the program, she also provides direct patient care services focusing primarily on evaluations and treatment within the NICU Follow-up Clinic.
Former CEOs
Deedra HartungJan 1980 - Dec 1986
Senior Staff
Title Level II Occupational Therapist
Experience/Biography Cindy is a full-time staff member of The Children's SPOT with primary responsibilities in the Saint Luke's Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Nursery. She has been employed at The Children's SPOT since 1985. Cindy holds a B.S. in Occupational Therapy and is licensed as an occupational therapist in the states of Kansas and Missouri. Cindy has special training in treating feeding disorders in infants and preschool age children.
Title Level III Physical Therapist
Experience/Biography Beverly has been a full-time staff member with Saint Luke's Hospital since 1988 and with The Children's SPOT since 1990. She holds a B.S. in Physical Therapy from the University of Kansas Medical Center and is licensed as a physical therapist in the states of Missouri and Kansas. Beyond treating children with developmental delays and disorders, she specializes in treating infants diagnosed with torticollis. 
Title Level IV Speech Language Pathologist
Celeste has worked as a speech/language pathologist at The Children's SPOT since 1987. She holds a Bachelor of General Studies and a M.A. degree from the University of Kansas. She is licensed in Missouri and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech, Language and Hearing Association. In addition to providing daily therapy in our Developmental Preschool, she oversees and provides direct treatment at one of our off-site contracts. Additionally, she serves as assistant to the Director.
Paid Full-Time Staff 7
Paid Part-Time Staff 5
Paid Contractors 0
Volunteers 58
Retention Rate 92%
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 Yes
Organization Has a Strategic Plan Yes
Management Succession Plan Under Development
Organization Policy and Procedures Yes
Nondiscrimination Policy Yes
Whistleblower Policy Yes
Document Destruction Policy Yes

The Children’s SPOT partners with many external organizations/individuals to ensure the most efficient delivery of pediatric therapy services is available in Kansas City. These relationships are contractual and/or longstanding in nature:

  • 225 Kansas City pediatricians, including physicians from Children’s Mercy Hospitals and Clinics and Pediatric Associates, refer patients to The Children's SPOT.
  • Together, Saint Luke’s Labor and Delivery, Neonatal ICU and The SPOT provide seamless care for patients.
  • The Children's SPOT Advisory Board provides direction and support to help achieve philanthropic goals.
  • The Children's SPOT has contractual agreements with two private schools for delivery of therapy services. 
External Assessment and Accreditations
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) - Critical Access Hospital Accreditation2016
Malcolm Aldridge Nation Quality AwardMalcolm Badridge Nation Quality Award2003
Missouri Quality AwardMissouri Quality Award2007
Government Licenses
Is your organization licensed by the government? Yes
CEO Comments
The Children's SPOT is a department of Saint Luke's Hospital and as such is governed by the hospital Board of Directors. This lends great strength, stability and leadership to our program. Experienced health care administrators and managers also oversee our program and provide excellent guidance in determining program needs and growth. The Children's SPOT benefits from numerous resources throughout the Saint Luke's Health System which saves substantial costs, thus enabling our staff to focus on patient care. Examples of resources include: Admitting Department for patient registration, Patient Accounting Department for patient billing, Medical Records, Human Resources for employee compensation and benefits, Information Services for technology needs and upgrades, Engineering for building maintenance, Security for patient safety, and Marketing and Public Relations to promote community awareness.
Board Chair
Board Chair Mrs. Anne Gagel
Company Affiliation Community Advocate
Term Jan 2019 to Dec 2019
Board Co-Chair
Term Jan to Dec
Board Members
Mrs. Amie BybeeCommunity Volunteer
Dr. Kevin BybeeSaint Luke's Hospital
Mrs. Jennie Carter
Mr. Carson CatesCentral Industrial Sheet Metal Works, Inc.
Mrs. Lauren Dowling
Ms. Lorra EmbersSaint Luke's Hospital
Ms. Anne Gagel
Celeste HaasSaint Luke's Hospital
Katherine HallSaint Luke's Foundation
Mr. Mark HammettCommerce Bank of Kansas City
Ms. Sarah McGee JuryCommunity Volunteer
Brady MyersJE Dunn
Mrs. Kirsten SchalekampThe Children's SPOT
Mrs. Elizabeth Wallace
Mrs. Jeanette WorthingtonThe Children's SPOT
Mr. Jason WrightJE Dunn
Board Demographics - Ethnicity
African American/Black 0
Asian American/Pacific Islander 0
Caucasian 14
Hispanic/Latino 0
Native American/American Indian 0
Board Demographics - Gender
Male 4
Female 10
Unspecified 0
Board Meeting Attendance % 75%
Written Board Selection Criteria? No
Written Conflict of Interest Policy? No
Percentage Making Monetary Contributions 84%
Percentage Making In-Kind Contributions 100%
Constituency Includes Client Representation No
Number of Full Board Meetings Annually 4
CEO Comments
The Children's SPOT Advisory Board was established in 1994 as a fundraising and advocacy vehicle. Our mission is to help SPOT achieve and maintain financial stability and community awareness through beneficial relationships, strategic planning, donor cultivation and stewardship.
Fiscal Year Start Jan 01, 2019
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2019
Projected Revenue $1,449,192
Projected Expenses $1,456,193
Endowment Value $1,000,000
Spending Policy Income Only
IRS Letter of Exemption
Foundation Comments
  • FY 2017, 2016, 2015: Financial data reported using internal financial documents.
  • The Children's SPOT is a program offered through St. Luke's Hospital and does not complete independent 990's and audits. 
Detailed Financials
Expense Allocation
Fiscal Year201720162015
Program Expense$989,927$1,004,305$1,070,774
Administration Expense$346,516$351,712$322,333
Fundraising Expense$0$0$82,085
Payments to Affiliates$0$0$0
Total Revenue/Total Expenses0.870.890.89
Program Expense/Total Expenses74%74%73%
Fundraising Expense/Contributed Revenue------
Assets and Liabilities
Fiscal Year201720162015
Total Assets$0$0$1,332,034
Current Assets$0$0$1,332,034
Long-Term Liabilities$0$0$0
Current Liabilities$0$0$0
Total Net Assets$0$0$1,332,034
Short-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Current Ratio: Current Assets/Current Liabilities------
Long-Term Solvency
Fiscal Year201720162015
Long-Term Liabilities/Total Assets----0%
Top Funding Sources
Fiscal Year201720162015
Top Funding Source & Dollar AmountSarli Family Foundation $75,000Sarli Family Foundation $75,000Sarli Family Foundation $75,000
Second Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountAnonymous Donor $40,000Individual Donor $40,000William G. McGowan Charitable Fund $50,000
Third Highest Funding Source & Dollar AmountFromm Bomba Charitable Fund, Royals Charities and H&R Block (each) $10,000George K. Baum Foundation $10,000Anonymous Charitable Foundation $40,000
Capital Campaign
Currently in a Capital Campaign? No
Capital Campaign Anticipated in Next 5 Years No
Organization Comments Please note, as a small department under Rehabilitation Services of Saint Luke's Hospital, our program revenue and expenses are not delineated in the hospital's IRS 990 forms or their audit.
Other Documents
Summer 2017 Newsletter2017View
Annual Report2015View
Annual Report2014View
Annual Report2013View
Annual Report2010View
Organization Name Saint Luke’s Hospital of Kansas City The Children’s SPOT
Address 4333 Pennsylvania Ave
Kansas City, MO 641113343
Primary Phone (816) 932-3832
CEO/Executive Director Mrs. Jeanette Worthington
Board Chair Mrs. Anne Gagel
Board Chair Company Affiliation Community Advocate
Year of Incorporation 1980
Former Names
Saint Luke's Developmental Preschool