How you can help over the Holidays

Reese Bentzinger
Editorial Assistant
Northeast News

Looking to give your time and/or donations this holiday season? Here are some ways to serve the community, whether it be through donations or volunteering:

 

Hands and Feet of Jesus
A sock drive will take place from December 1st -23rd at 1101 Troost Greyhound Bus Location
For more information email handsandfeetofjesuskc@gmail.com

 

Harvesters
On December 19 Harvesters, Hyvee, and KCPD will be teaming up to give out free hams at 2640 Prospect at 4:p.m..

 

City Union Mission
Many volunteer opportunities are available with this organization to help around the Kansas City area. City Union Mission is currently full on volunteers through the first week of January, but please visit them online to sign up for future opportunities to offer your time and resources at cityunionmission.org.
For more information call 816-474-9380

 

Salvation Army
The Salvation Army accepts donations for programs that help buy toys for kids, pay bills for people who need assistance, and provide food.
For more information call 816-421-0910

 

Nourish KC
Volunteer at the Community Kitchen or St. Paul’s Church (1300 N. 18th St, Kansas City, KS) at a time that’s convinent for you! Opportunies range from hostessing to being a part of a prep team
If you’re interested visit their website: https://nourishkc.org/

 

Hope Faith Ministries
Always provides an opportunity to help the homeless, whether it be through prepping food or teaching sewing.
To schedule a time to volunteer call them at: 816-471-4673

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