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The On My Own Home Accessories Store sells gift items for all occasions including beautiful decorative and useful items to enhance anyone’s home! TODAY ONLY! *Not valid on all items. Ongoing Sales Local Scented Candles Mona Planners Viancin Silicone Lids Tea forte Rabbit Creek...Read More
Collectibles and unusual items can be found at the Sentimental Journey Antique Mall in Olathe! A Heartstrings team is responsible for refreshing this booth every week. The team cleans, restocks and rearranges the items, making booth 13 one of the most attractive in the mall!...Read More
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We are pleased to introduce you to a place where adults with developmental disabilities are valued employees. They work to gain independence through successful employment and build relationships in the community. The staff and employees of Heartstrings Community Foundation (HCF) operate six businesses, all of which are spotlighted in this website. You will also find links to recent videos and newsletters that offer more insight to our mission.
Enjoy your visit! We hope that you will be inspired to shop in our stores and donate your gently used items to Heartstrings for re-sale!
Heartstrings Community Foundation’s Goal and Purpose is to be the preferred agency for individuals with developmental disabilities who can obtain training, employment, personal development, independence and relationships in the community in order to expand their life experiences.
Heartstrings Community Foundation assists adults with developmental disabilities to live meaningful, independent, productive lives through interactions within the community.
We are family members, friends & educators of adults with developmental disabilities who formed a Kansas Non-Profit Corporation 501c3. We have experienced first-hand the challenges of assisting adults with developmental disabilities in acquiring and maintaining successful employment opportunities and healthy, enjoyable lifestyles.
Our Board is totally committed to the concept of fostering “circles of support” in the community for individuals who have developmental disabilities.