Two nonprofit organizations with decades of Kansas City history have relocated from downtown to a newly renovated building in the Crossroads Arts District.
Camp Fire and the Nonprofit Leadership Alliance have moved their headquarters to the second floor of the Lead Bank building at 1801 Main St.
Both organizations previously had offices in the Town Pavilion tower.
Camp Fire, a youth development organization that serves about 152,000 girls and boys nationally, was recruited to put its headquarters in Kansas City in 1979.
Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, previously known as American Humanics, was founded in Kansas City in 1948 by future Kansas City mayor H. Roe Bartle to focus on nonprofit leadership development.
Joshua Rowland, vice chairman of Lead Bank, led redevelopment of the building to house banking operations and provide space for nonprofits, community groups and startups in the Crossroads.