Ending violence in our community requires a comprehensive approach of efforts to provide safe places for victims of violence, to empower survivors to rise above their circumstances and to educate the entire community. Through integrated programs in the areas of residential services, clinical services and community education, Synergy touched more than 40,000 people last year.
None of this would have been possible without the care and support of individuals and organizations in our community. Join us in overcoming the corrosive impact of violence in Greater Kansas City.
What’s New at Synergy
Stand Up for Synergy
Synergy Services is excited to announce that Jim Gaffigan is Standing Up for Synergy! For more information please click here.
One Homeless Night
Take a stand for the 2,000 youth who are homeless every night in the Kansas City metro area! To learn more about this event please click here.
Your Chance To Give Back!
Each year, Synergy Services creates a special Holiday Store for our clients and their families who have been impacted by violence & other family crises during the past year. To read more click here. To view Synergy's Holiday Store Wish List click here!
Soroptimist KC Foundation
Soroptimist KC Foundation celebtrates 60 years by giving $60,000 to area shelters during Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Click here to read more.
Values Inside Out
Sephora-Oak Park Mall- has named Synergy Services the recipient of their Values Inside Out program for 2014. The program supports fundraising, increases awareness of Synergy's mission & provides volunteers to Synergy's programs. Thanks Sephora! Click here to learn more.
Thank you to our community partners:
Thank you to the HHS Basic Center for their recent grant award to Synergy House.
Thank you to the State Street Foundation for their recent grant award to Synergy House and Synergy's TLP.
Thank you to Frank and Margaret McGee for their recent donation to Synergy's TLP and MGH Programs.
Thank you to the Linscomb Foundation for their recent grant award to Synergy's Children Center.