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Coming Soon! 
The NTDF 2024-2025 Annual Application Cycle will open Nov. 1, 2023
The Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund (NTDF) program provides support to non-profit organizations through contracts for services, established by State law in 1989 to help promote Kansas City’s distinct and diverse neighborhoods through cultural, social, ethnic, historic, educational and recreational activities in conjunction with promoting the city as a premier convention, visitor and tourist center.
The City of Kansas City, Missouri accepts applications from qualified nonprofit organizations to support programs that meet the state and local requirements. Applications are accepted on an annual and quarterly basis.
The Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund was authorized by the 85th General Assembly of the State of Missouri; Senate bills No. 295 and 312 authorized local governments to submit for voter approval a convention and tourist tax. Following the passage of the local convention and tourism tax, the City then passed an ordinance in 1995 establishing the rules and guidelines for the program in Kansas City. The City Council establishes the plan for the administration of the neighborhood tourist development fund in the Code of Ordinances: Section 2-931: Neighborhood Tourist Development Committee.

NTDF Logos (email for PNG and EPS logo images)
Vendor ACH Form (blank check must be submitted with form)
For information on outdoor event permitting for your Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund (NTDF) event, please visit kceventhub.org to fill out an outdoor event permit application and for links to all permits relating to outdoor events in Kansas City.
Neighborhood Support Services
Neighborhood Support Services coordinates and facilitates several programs to support and bolster neighborhood groups across the City. These programs are generally open to any registered neighborhood (or group that wishes to become registered), although some will have additional requirements. For more information on any of these programs, please contact Neighborhood Support Services at (816) 513-3200, or visit their office on the fourth floor of City Hall.
KC BizCare
KC Bizcare is your virtual one-stop shop for doing business in Kansas City. 
Non-Profit Connect
Non-Profit Connect links the non-profit community to education, resources and networking so organizations can more effectively achieve their missions.
ArtsKC Regional Arts Council launched ArtsKCGo.com to support marketing efforts of the arts community through increased audience engagement across the five-county (Clay, Jackson, Platte Counties in Missouri; Johnson and Wyandotte in Kansas) region.
Organizations and artists can use this free platform to create profiles, upload events and drive attendance. Residents and visitors can discover endless opportunities to connect with the arts in Kansas City through event listings and directories for organizations, venues and artists.
Their website houses an Event Calendar, Artist Directory, Organization and Venue Directories and Calendar Sharing. Coming soon: Arts Education, Public Art and Artist Opportunities.
NTDF Coordinator
Services Main Number: 816-513-3214
Contact NTDF Staff about:
414 E. 12th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106

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