Friday, March 20, 2020

Kansas City Food Pantries Need Help To Cope With Rising Demand Amid COVID-19

The economic hardship is real and looks to get worse . . . Here's a look at locals trying their best to help:

Food pantries feeling extra pressure as coronavirus causes meal demand to double for some

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Food pantries, community centers and churches around the metro are working extra to find food, and most of all, to feed people. The devastating effects of COVID-19, is leaving people without jobs, and wondering how they will afford their next meal. Empty grocery store aisles are not making situations any easier.

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