Wednesday, December 02, 2020

Salvation Army: Kansas City Desperately Seeking More Help

The pandemic and job losses have hit the metro hard and local charity is hard pressed to keep up with demand. Check confirmation from a longstanding charitable organization . . .

Salvation Army reports 155% increase in need due to COVID-19 pandemic

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Salvation Army is seeing a larger need than before due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and they hope people will lend a hand to help. "Our needs are up 155 percent," Maj. David Harvey, Kansas and Western Missouri divisional commander, said.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go see Mayor Lucas

Anonymous said...

NO WAY!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...


Ask Salvation Army why they pulled out of using Trumps resort for their annual fund raising? Ask them why they put politics over helping people. After all Trump donates his presidential paycheck to charity. All of it.

Anonymous said...

Ask Frankie boy for some money, he seems to have lost track of $462 million dollars since 2017, he could spare a few bucks.

Anonymous said...

@9:07AM-We asked the Salvation Army why they pulled out of Trump's resorts, and they said they didn't want to be associated with a con-man, liair, Russian puppet, and all-around scum bag.

Anonymous said...

So they took a stupidly partisan position and are paying the price. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Ask Hunter for a few million that he's saving for Papa.

Anonymous said...

Sorry, they're going to have to open their books a little more.