Community Involvement



At the Kansas City Fed, we work together to promote a stable economy. We take pride in who we are.

Community Involvement

Community Involvement Program (CIP): The CIP is a Bankwide group of employees that seek opportunities for employees and their families to volunteer in a variety of civic, educational and community service activities.

The program seeks to improve the quality of life in surrounding communities through committed, inspired and caring volunteers.

Examples of opportunities include:

  • Sowing the Seeds
  • Book Drive
  • Children in the Workplace
  • Habitat for Humanity
  • Harvesters
  • School Supply Drive
  • Cards for Soldiers
  • Anonymous Santa

 United Way Campaign: The Kansas City Fed takes part in the annual United Way campaign through a variety of activities and events such as a silent auction to raise money and awareness about United Way’s role in the community.

Environmental Green Initiative: The Green Team is a Bankwide group of employees that seek to improve operating efficiencies and instill a culture of sustainability such that the Kansas City Fed is viewed as a responsible corporate citizen.

Corporate Challenge: The Kansas City Fed participates in Corporate Challenge, an Olympic-type event that allows Kansas City area corporations to interact with each other through a variety of sporting events.