For the health and protection of our guests and staff, we will be following these guidelines in our office:
Q: With the Community Foundation’s physical office being closed, does that mean operations have halted?
A: No. All staff are working remotely, performing the normal functions of the foundation, Monday-Friday, and are available via the contact methods listed above.
Q: I’m a donor wanting to make a financial gift to help during this pandemic. Who do I contact?
Q: Are people in need of food or other goods? Where can I donate?
A: Yes, people and organizations are in need of specific items. Call Reno County VOAD’s referral and resource line 2-1-1 to learn of specific needs and ways to donate. See the list below of additional community needs.
A listing of local service organizations in need of financial donations and goods and services.
AMERICAN RED CROSS SERVING KANSAS
Address: 335 N. Washington St. #240, Hutchinson, KS 67501
CHRISTIAN SOUP MINISTRY
Address: 301 E. Third Ave., Hutchinson, KS 67501
HUTCHINSON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER
To donate, call 620-665-2038
Address: Community Church of the Brethren, 1600 N. Severance St.
RENO COUNTY FOOD BANK
Address: 700 N. Walnut St., Hutchinson, Kansas 67501
RENO COUNTY VOAD (Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster Relief)
To donate money: Drop off at the United Way of Reno County office, 924 N. Main St. (100% of donations go directly to individuals for rent, utility, and prescription drug assistance)
To donate supplies: Drop off at The Salvation Army, 700 N. Walnut St. or Interfaith Housing and Community Services, 1326 E. Ave. A
THE SALVATION ARMY
Drop off: 700 N. Walnut St.
THE VOLUNTEER CENTER
Telephone: (620) 665-4960
Committee awards third round of response grants (May 13, 2020)
Second round of Rally Reno response grants awarded (May 6, 2020)
10 nonprofits receive first round of Rally Reno response grants (April 28, 2020)
Hutch CF begins virtual operations (March 16, 2020)
How can we help each other? (March 13, 2020)