Because Only Together We Can

Build a secure kansas city

Kansas City Missouri Mounted Patrol wants to spread the message of hope and compassion for citizens. We believe that a single action of a perso can make a difference in the whole community, and that collective action can greatly impact the entire world. Through advocacy and outreach activities, our team at KCMMP works tirelessly each day to contribute their part to the greater cause of Secure for citizens of slums. 

About us

Kansas City Missouri Mounted Patrol [KCMMP] is a  is a non-political, non-religious and non- governmental and non-profit organization registered as a public charity from Federal income tax under section 50l(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. 

�TAX EXEMPT.� Yearly Corporate and Individual donations are welcome. This not-for-profit corporation is federally tax exempt 501 c-3 public charity.

Mission

Our mission is to create spaces where citizens and young people are listened to, educated thoroughly and taken seriously in the exercise of their rights.

 

Vision

Our vision is of a world where citizens are empowered to participate in the realisation of their rights and empowered enough to be able to make right decisions for Kansas community.

 

Objectives

  • We put citizens and young people at the heart of what we do
  • We listen to and take seriously the perspectives and views of our citizens
  • We respect citizens and young people as agents of change for the future. 

Ways to contribute

01.

Motivation Centers

We always say that “Every citizen in community center: Every citizen Learn and Raise Well” we try hard to find new strategies for dealing with this challenge. Advocacy is something that we take quite seriously, and our team is working each and every day to make a positive impact. The Motivation and Learning Centers are functioning every day between 5.30 pm and 8. pm in Kansas.

02.

Support

Facilitators of Kansas City Missouri Mounted Patrol, are dedicated to addressing after community center supports. Regular attendance is monitored diligently and their performance at the community center level is tracked appropriately. The behavior part of the performance of citizens at home is seen to be considerably improved, which was shared during the parent’s meeting. We foresee good progress in the study at community center, decent behaviors will develop, peer learning will evolution.

03.

Skills Training to Young Women

The Kansas City Mounted Patrol Department recommended Tailoring and Readymade Garment Making trade training for our young women who were recently resettled to Kansas City. We have already conducted several batches of training programs, through which 150 young women become economically independent and employed to garment industries. 

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