Volunteers Building Strong, Healthy and Prepared Communities
We are a network of medical and public health volunteers, along with non-medical community members, who offer their skills, expertise and time to support ongoing public health initiatives and assist throughout the Greater Kansas City area during disasters and other times of community need.
MRCKC works to improve and protect our community by supporting:
The mission of the Medical Reserve Corps of Greater Kansas City is to improve the disaster resilience and health of communities through education, training and volunteer service
Integrity: We act with honesty, demonstrate courage under pressure and are receptive to ideas of others.
Volunteer Spirit: We are motivated by generosity, compassion and hope.
Collaboration: We seek to support our collaborative partners in identifying and responding to the needs of our community.
Continued Learning: We seek, collectively and individually, to identify, obtain and maintain competencies and the awareness required for exceptional service.
Respect: We acknowledge, support and respect the rights and diversity of each person in our organization and in the communities we serve.
Helping Others: We are attentive and responsible to those we serve, always listening to their needs and looking for ways to serve through existing or new initiatives.
Our organization serves the Greater Kansas City metropolitan area, including: