Saturday, March 14, 2020

COVID-19 Threatens Kansas City Hungry

A look at increasing scarcity and resources for the working poor as hoarding threatens the local supply chain and those who depend on social service agencies for survival . . . Read more:


Coronavirus Will Make It Harder To Feed Vulnerable Kansas City Families

Anticipating that coronavirus quarantines will strain the social safety net, Kansas City food pantries, soup kitchens and schools are coming up with contingency plans. Harvesters is the region's largest food bank, distributing food in 26 counties with the help of 760 social service agencies.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

As long as kcps students get their laundry done and 3 squares a day and snacks plus after school babysitting nothing else matters so.....

Anonymous said...

The local hog population and those with money are going to buy up the supplies first.

Anonymous said...


Well my special friend in Central Hyde Park is going to have to do without the usual freebies isn't she. Maybe she should charge some extra money helping those folks fight their property tax hike.

Anonymous said...

It's unclear what that snark is supposed to mean except that you hate children.