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Three ways to give.

 

URC gives priority to the developmental pieces surrounding a so-called “lost generation” of boys and young men.  Our perspective is, as this generation of boys and young men mature, a void grows in their lives that leave them less proficient and interested in productive and worth-while activities. Our task is filling this void with viable activities that will promote boys and young men to utilize their time to be involved in positive endeavors that will continue throughout most of their lifetime.

There are many opportunities to get involved with Urban Ranger Corps. See below three easy easy to give to the needs we currently have. 

THE IMPACT OF YOUR GIFT

Your financial support helps us provide programming for many young men who have lost hope for their futures. Here is how donors like you helps us develop boys and young men grow in to productive and responsible adult men in the 2018-2019 program season. 

  • 85 students served, grades 7-12

  • 92.7% of students have a GPA of 2.0 or higher

  • 28.2% of students have a GPA of 3.0 or higher

  • 100% of students complete an Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP)

  • 70.2% of students complete 20 or more hours of community service

  • 58% of students complete 40 or more hours of community service

  • 96.5% of students attend school regularly (missing no more than 5 days)

  • 100% of high school seniors will graduate on-time

 

Gift Options

MAKE A ONE-TIME DONATION

GIVE BY MAIL

DOWNLOAD our paper pledge form and send a donation by mail. Your support will make a difference!

GIVE BY DAF DIRECT

Donate through DAF DIRECT, making it easier to support your favorite charities by giving directly from your donor-advised fund.

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Urban Ranger Corps

5908 Swope Parkway

Kansas City, MO 64130

T: 816-333-6455

F: 816-817-0777

E: urcinfo@urckc.org

URC is an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3), as of March, 2005, and classified as a “public charity” under section 509(a)(3), as of June, 2009, of the Internal Revenue Code.

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