The situation is heartbreaking. Many Kansas City families and individuals must make a choice between buying groceries… paying rent… or taking care of a medical need. Expensive prescriptions, insurance with significant gaps or total lack of insurance force many of our neighbors to seek short-term emergency medical assistance.

Since 2005, the Medicine Cabinet has spent in excess of $5.8 million dollars providing more than 30,000 services in the areas of dental emergencies, diabetic supplies, durable medical equipment (including hearing aids), prescriptions, vision care and eyeglasses.

With 24 intake sites located on both sides of the state line, help is available in any part of Kansas City.

Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet is a program of Baptist-Trinity Lutheran Legacy Foundation.                                                                                                    Updated 10/25/16



Starting in November, local schools and businesses will be participating in our annual coin collection for Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet. We hope that you can participate in this fund raiser where 100% of every COIN or BILL collected goes directly to helping a person in KC who is having a medical crisis. You will find below a list of all of the schools and business who have agreed to participate this year. You can drop your coins at a local Missouri Casey’s store (look for the Coins for the Cabinet jar) or right here on our Website, by pushing the contribute button. Thank you!

BUSINESSES                                                                             SCHOOLS

American Hearing                                                                                              Academie Lafayette

Casey’s General Stores                                                                                    Blue Valley CAPS 

     7907 North Oak Tfwy, KCMO                                                                       KC Public Schools

     11550 N. Main, KCMO                                                                                        Board of Education Office

     200 E. Rt. 92, Kearney                                                                                        Border Star

     1651 Meadowlark Ln, Excelsior Springs, MO                                                    Central High

     112 Branch, Platte City, MO                                                                                Melcher

     2000 Broadway, Oak Grove, MO                                                                       NE Middle

     700 S. Broadway, Oak Grove, MO                                                                      Paseo

     2900 NW 7 Hwy, Blue Springs, MO                                                                   Phillips

     2424 SW 7 Hwy, Blue Springs, MO                                                                    Rogers

     1251 SW Eagles Pkwy, Grain Valley, MO                                                          Trailwoods

     101 S Buckner Tarsney Rd., Grain Valley, MO                                        Spring Hill High School

     1111 Buckner Tarsney Rd., Grain Valley, MO                                          University Academy

Commerce Bank and Trust

First Lutheran Church, Mission Hills, KS

Heritage United Methodist Church

Lionshare Marketing 

Rosie’s Cafe

SAE Fraternity

Scout Investments

Westport Eyecare



 The Medicine Cabinet DOSE of FUN 2017

In the past, it’s been called the “Tip-Off”, but the annual fundraising concert held at the historic Uptown Theater has a NEW NAME! We hope that you will mark your calendar for February 17, 2017 for a FUN Friday evening for a great cause! The DOSE of FUN starts with a Patrons’ Party (indoor) Picnic and continues into the theater for a musical concert featuring a classic performer or two that you’re sure to recognize. Check back in for full details as they become available.


WRAP UP… 2016 KC Tip-Off: Western Style!

On February 27th, Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet held its largest fundraising event of the year. Country legend Dwight Yoakam took the Uptown stage with his unmistakable Kentucky croon and rockabilly style in a benefit concert for the Medicine Cabinet. The historic venue was sold out and the entire crowd was on their feet as Yoakam played 30 of his greatest hits back to back.


A Patrons’ Party was held in the Uptown Valentine Room prior to the concert and featured western swing music by 3 Trails West, a photo booth fashioned as an Old West saloon and lots of fun and games! Sunflowers in sarsaparilla bottles adorned the red-checked tablecloths, with bandannas, cowboys, lassos and split-rail fences finishing out the image of a country barn dance. Keeping with Yoakam’s signature look… party favors of chocolate cowboy hats from Annedore’s were handed to patrons as they left the theater. Media partner 106.5 The Wolf DJ’s, Roger, Codie and Shotgun energized the crowd with a rousing game of Heads or Tails and KC Medicine Cabinet Spokespersons, Teresa and Frank White, spoke of their four years supporting KCMC by helping to spread the word about the program and its importance to Kansas City people with a health crisis.


Thanks to Laurie and Chip Ingram who served as Honorary Chairmen for the event. Since 2005, more than $5.5 million has been provided for prescription assistance, eyeglasses, hearing aids and emergency dental services to Kansas Citians living below the Federal Poverty Line.

One hundred percent of the proceeds from the concert will go directly to services for Medicine Cabinet clients.



 We would like to thank our 2016 sponsors:


HCA Midwest Health and Research Medical Center


Connect Hearing, Eye Care Optical

FCI Advisors & Midwest Trust, Lathrop & Gage, LLP


Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City, Kansas City Chiefs

JE Dunn, Scout Investments


Burns and McDonnell, The Commerce Trust Company

Meritage Portfolio Management, Prairie Capital Management




Kansas City’s Medicine Cabinet Spokespersons Teresa and Frank White

Frank and Teresa White Press Release