Effective Monday April 5, 2021 - ILRC Doors open to the public
New office hours: Mon - Fri, 8am - 4:30pm
Masks and Social Distancing required for service until further notice.



Independent Living Resource Center’s services provided are made possible through funding from state and federal sources, grants, fundraising events and private donations. Therefore, we rely heavily on volunteers to continue our organization’s fundraisers and events that keep our programs running. Our DA4A program, fundraisers such as our annual ILRC Golf Tournament and our iCan Bike event would not be possible without the help of our volunteers. Please consider volunteering with us. Contact us for more information!

DA4A & Advocacy

Disability Advocates 4 Action (DA4A) is a group of citizens with or without disabilities who take action to promote equal access for individuals with disabilities to all services, programs, activities, resources and facilities in society whether public or private. They serve as an Advisory team for Independent Living Resource Center’s Board of Directors.


On the 1st Wednesday of each month, the group provides lunch to anyone in the community for a minimal fee. Proceeds are utilized to support DA4A’s advocacy campaigns. The group also meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month to plan events and speak with guests, such as legislators and community leaders.

Golf Tournament

Each summer ILRC holds our fun annual Golf Tournament benefitting our Greater Expectations program, which teaches social and organizational skills to individuals with autism. We welcome players of all abilities and promise a great day of golf at one of the best courses in Kansas. Come join in on great fun for a greater cause!

iCan Bike

The feeling of freedom when learning to ride a bike independently is one everyone deserves to enjoy. Each year, ILRC holds the iCan Bike annual fundraiser camp, which was created to help children with disabilities learn to ride alone – without the help of training wheels.


Without the help of our amazing volunteers, ILRC couldn’t provide this freedom and learning opportunity to individuals with disabilities. Our generous volunteers receive their own reward in the experience.

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