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Veterans Community Project
8900 Troost Avenue
Kansas City, MO  64131
816-599-6503
info@veteranscommunityproject.org

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Founded in 2015 in Kansas City, MO, VCP is dedicated to supporting every man and woman who took the oath to defend our nation. The greatest barrier to ending veteran homelessness is the revolving door of unstable housing and the frustrating maze veterans must navigate in order to get basic support. We believe that to be an effective program, the first step is to connect veterans and the community. VCP created an innovative homeless housing program and outreach assistance that provides inclusive services to aid Veterans in re-claiming control over their lives.

 

The overall goal of VCP is to collaborate, not to compete with the social services sphere. We focus on three lines of effort: 1) build and maintain transitional housing, 2) bust our butt to say ‘yes’ to every Veteran in need through our outreach program and community - based housing, and 3) connect Veterans and the community. By 2022, we expect to have VCP Villages, VCP Community Centers, and Veterans Outreach Centers in eight cities across the United States.

Missouri

Provide supportive housing services for homeless Veterans and/or Veterans and their families and formulate case plans that promote Veterans moving towards permanent housing readiness.

The Donor Relations & Data Analyst is responsible for managing VCP’s donor CRM data system (NEON), analytics, and business processes; developing dynamic reports and providing research that support development goals; providing training and developing best practices to optimize efficiencies; and managing the donor stewardship and annual appeal programs.

The Director of Development serves as a member of the local leadership team and is the leader of local development efforts. Under the direction of the CDO, she/he initiates and implements development strategies, planning, and activities that result in a compelling, donor-centered development program which invites our community-at-large to have a lasting relationship with VCP to achieve our goals.

Colorado

The Executive Director is the key management leader of the local VCP expansion community. The Executive Director is responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and operational plan of the organization. Other key duties include fundraising, marketing, and community outreach. The position reports directly to the local Board of Directors and Chief Operating Officer.

Provide supportive housing services for homeless Veterans and/or Veterans and their families and formulate case plans that promote Veterans moving towards permanent housing readiness.