Kansas Children's Service League
For over 110 years, the Kansas Children's Service League has been giving our best to Kansas kids. Our early work, much like today, centered on finding homes for abandoned, abused, neglected or orphaned children. It stemmed from a then-radical belief that children grew up best in family homes, not in orphanages or homes for wayward children.
Later in the '40s, '50s and '60s our work turned to private adoptions of infants. Many Kansans today still trace their roots back to the League. By the 1970s we turned our attention to helping Kansans build strong families. Our merger at the League's century mark in 1993 with the Kansas Chapter of Prevent Child Abuse America cemented our position. Today we continue our efforts in education and prevention as well as helping kids who need a home. We are the statewide contractor for adoption services and sponsor a network of resource family foster homes delivering care and support to some of Kansas' most vulnerable children.
Kansas Children's Service League offers a competitive salary and benefit package w/401-K matching. (EOE)