Giving Back

Helping Others Is At the Core of What We Do

Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, What are you doing for others?

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Our entire culture is geared to improving the lives of people. In addition to our professional work, we are committed to giving back to the communities we serve with corporate and employee efforts.

We donate to local organizations like food banks, domestic violence agencies, and homeless shelters. During Child Support Awareness Month, we donate school supplies and backpacks directly to schools and to children who visit our offices, hygiene items for homeless youth, and cash to local school lunch programs.

We volunteer our time and talent. One of our offices holds an annual blood drive to coincide with National Blood Donor Month. One year, our American Red Cross coordinator told us the 22 pints collected would help save 66 lives!

In another office, several members of our team are trained and certified “Safe at Home” assistants where we help survivors of domestic violence create an alternate address.

We participate in community events like Summer Fun (donate gift basket for children), Trunk-or-Treat (hand out candy to local children), Baby Shower (provide expectant mothers with information and baby supplies), New Beginnings (fill suitcases/packages with toiletry items, towels, t-shirts, socks, etc. for survivors of domestic violence), and Tree of Sharing (purchase toys, clothes, and other gifts for children).

We make a difference one person at a time.

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Community Partner
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I have worked with several members of this organization in their efforts to promote a better life for their clients through education and training. From my perspective, the staff at YoungWilliams are not only dedicated to their main focus of securing money for the needs of children, but also to finding long term solutions for financial stability for families.

Community College Training Coordinator, North Carolina

Community Partner
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Prior to the collaboration with the Kansas Child Support Project, our offenders, often noncustodial parents, had many barriers to supporting their children, even more significantly impacted by their incarceration. I have been very pleased with the level of collaboration your office has developed with local community partners and the speed with which this alternative approach to enforcing child support orders has developed.

Employee, Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary

Community Partner
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It is more important than ever to make and keep good contacts with those we work with, especially our counterparts in other states. Working in Interstate Child Support, we all have the same goal in mind...providing much-needed, and legally ordered, support to families, especially during these times when so many people are suffering the financial hardship of lost jobs due to the pandemic. You have been a tremendous help to me in getting cases off the ground and opened up for those families, and I would consider you to be a fine example of a Kansas Child Support Specialist. So, although I'm in a different state, and my vote for you wouldn't count, just keep this email and read it if you ever feel like you don't make a difference in your job, or even in this world. Because you do.

Oklahoma Programs Specialist


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