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EnvistaCares Challenge Highlights Kansas Children’s Service League

May 18, 2023

May 18, 2023

Child Abuse Prevention in Partnership with EnvistaCares

Kansas Children’s Service League (KCSL) and Envista Federal Credit Union are pleased to announce that KCSL will receive the EnvistaCares Challenge gift of $2,500 from Envista as a match to the generosity of the community’s donations of $4,237. In total, KCSL received $6,737 in donations for the month of April.

“At Envista, we aim to lead, inspire, and make an impact with our giving,” said Erika McNeill, engagement coordinator for Envista. “Kansas Children’s Service League is an incredible example of an organization that practices these ideals throughout the entire state of Kansas. We are honored to support them.”

Prevention in Partnership

In addition to Envista Federal Credit Union’s generous matching, they also donated a $10,000 marketing and media package including email, social media, radio and more. The marketing and media package came at a great time because every April, KCSL spreads awareness for Child Abuse Prevention Month. This partnership allowed us to reach even more people in the community with monetary donations going to support our mission to protect and promote the well-being of children. Every contribution makes an impact for the Kansas children and families we serve. We’re thankful for the partnership of Envista Federal Credit Union and the community support.

“KCSL recognizes that child abuse prevention requires partnerships,” said KCSL CEO, Gail Cozadd. “These partners include government, businesses, law enforcement, education, community corrections, health and other community members. KCSL works to lead Kansas in child abuse prevention efforts, but we all have a duty to protect and promote the well-being of children. Supporting KCSL in any capacity, including partnership efforts like the EnvistaCares Challenge, helps us build stronger families and better Kansas communities.”

Interested in Partnering with KCSL? Learn how you can support KCSL.