KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Salvation Army is $300,000 behind its red kettle goal in the Kansas City metro this year. "People don't carry as much change," said Major David Harvey with the Salvation Army. The season of giving has taken a hit nationwide with red kettle contributions being down in other cities as well.
Wednesday, December 20, 2017
Broke-Ass Kansas City For Christmas: Salvation Army Desperately Seeking $300K
Blame hard time or the failure of trickle-down economics. Here's one of the most worthwhile local charities struggling to meet the needs of local po'folk despite increasing disagreement with their politics. Take a look: