Kansas City, Missouri 2021-06-18 13:25:00 –
Kansas City, Missouri (KCTV)-Neighborhood Service Volunteers “Heart to Help” The supply of food and essentials will be promoted on Saturday, June 19th.
The KC Kindness group is Robert J. on June 16th at 3200 Wayne Ave. Volunteer activities at the Mohart Multipurpose Center. The event is scheduled from 10 am to 1 pm and supplies will be provided on a first-come, first-served basis.
Residents in need can get food, personal care products, diapers, school supplies and more.
“Our goal is to help some people in Kansas City, Missouri recover after a tough year, meet some needs and close the gap,” KC Kindness said. Relanda Brewer said. Organizer.
Anyone over the age of 12 can receive the free COVID-19 vaccine given by KCHealth. Those wishing to receive an injection must complete a consent form and agree to receive a second vaccination at a later KC Kindness event.
Several organizations, including Harvesters and Happy Bottoms, provide resources.
KCMO City employees have launched KC Kindness to engage with the community and help those most affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The first “Heart to Help” drive helped over 120 families.
Brewer said the effort is worth every minute.
“We are not just city employees. We are your friends, we are your neighbors. Anything that affects your household also affects us. People come out. I want them to come and feel like someone really cares, “she said.
Residents in need of assistance can access websites in the following cities: www.kcmo.gov/coronavirus Then click on the Help for Residents section or call the 211 United Way resource line to connect to your social services.
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