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Charlie's House

KCFC is Proud to Partner with Charlie's House. On November 1, 2007, Charlie Horn, a 2-year-old Kansas City boy, was killed when he attempted to climb a 30″ dresser in his home. It was through this tragedy that Charlie’s House was born.

What started as a memorial and an outpouring of public support has grown into a 501 (c)(3) not for profit organization with safety at its core – dedicated to keeping the community informed and engaged when it comes to preventing injuries to children in and around the home.
As part of this mission, Charlie’s House participates in and sponsors community-wide events to provide home safety information. Plans are also underway to raise funds for a safety demonstration house that will provide adults with real-life demonstrations, examples and resources on children’s safety. 

Kansas Children's Service League

Kansas City Football and Cheerleading has created an alliance with the 
Kansas Children's Service League to assist in promoting their programs and services.  FCCJC encourages all club families to learn more about this organization.

The Kansas Children's Service League is a statewide not-for-profit agency with over 100 years of experience protecting children and strengthening families.  The League serves over 40,000 children and their families each year through a variety of services, advocating for children and collaborating with other public and private agencies for increased adoption, foster care and Healthy Families.  The League also sponsors the statewide Parent Helpline and resources for parents, caregivers and professionals through the Community Resource Library.

Kelsey Smith Foundation

Kelsey's Story

Kelsey Smith was a beautiful and passionate eighteen-year-old who was active in her school marching band, choir and theater. Kelsey had graduated from Shawnee Mission West High School and was looking forward to attending Kansas State University in the fall. On June 2, 2007, just nine days after graduation, Kelsey was abducted by a total stranger, in broad daylight, from a department store parking lot in Overland Park, Kansas.  After an exhaustive search by law enforcement and volunteers, her body was found four days later, twenty miles from where she was abducted. She had been sexually assaulted and murdered.

Kelsey Smith Foundation

On July 7, 2007, one month after Kelsey was found, her parents Greg and Missy Smith, established the Kelsey Smith Foundation as a way to continue the passion of her life by helping others "by empowering families, friends and communities to proactively protect one of its most precious resources, namely its youth and young adults."  One of the key components of the foundation is to provide education to help protect the youth of our communities from violent crime. SAS Seminars (Safety Awareness Seminars) concentrate on the emotional and mental aspects of safety, providing simple, common sense techniques that are easy to implement and with practice become a part of the daily routine. SAS Seminars have been presented to thousands since its inception.  Over $25,000 worth of safety whitles have been given to thousands of high school girls in conjunction with the SAS presentation.  The Kelsey Smith Memorial Scholarship, established in Kelsey's honor along with Kansas State University, is an annual scholarship awarded to a Shawnee Mission West High School Graduate continuing in marching band. 

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Phone : 913-831-6000
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