The Bridge Builder is one of Darol Rodrock’s favorite poems, about the need to help the youth who follow the same path he once walked in foster care.
Rodrock Development has partnered with Sporting Kansas City in an exciting three-year collaboration that perfectly aligns two family-focused, award-winning enterprises.
Once a month during the Royals’ season, a dozen high-school students from six local organizations are invited to Kauffman Stadium to watch batting practice and have a Q&A.
Nine JCYM members met at the Rodrock Foundation main office and filled approximately fifty laundry baskets for foster teens going to college.
Darol is in constant touch with his partners and friends with a mission to help the aging-out foster kids in our community. He is very thankful to have continuous support from friends and partners to reach his mission.
In August, Darol Rodrock gave the keynote presentation for the University of Kansas New Fraternity Members’ Orientation.
Right now the Darol Rodrock Foundation is hard at work planning yet another fantastic Holiday Dinner & Sleigh Ride at the Lodge of Ironwoods for more than 150 foster youth.
The Darol Rodrock Foundation has begun plans to build The Darol Rodrock Academy to provide guidance, training, and services for young people who have aged out of the foster care system.
The Rodrock Foundation and Academy Newsletter announced the sponsorship of the Johnson County Young Matrons, an organization dedicated to philanthropic and educational services to Johnson County.