Saturday, January 16, 2021

Kansas City Too Broke To Give To Hobos

This town is typically very generous and donations from biz and the middle-class power quite a few local non-profit jobs. However, the pandemic has tightened purse strings across the metro and now funding for charitable organizations has declined.

Here's one example out of many . . .

Donations down for City Union Mission; Leadership not panicked, but asking for help

by: Carey Wickersham Posted: / Updated: KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Founded in 1924, the oldest homeless mission in Kansas City is struggling to raise money for its programs. For the first time in recent history, donations are way down for the City Union Mission's annual "Celebrate Hope" fundraising campaign.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hurry, hurry!!!!!!!!!

Let's get that toy train extension goin' before bankruptcy declared !!

Anonymous said...

But we can give developers as much money as they need and then some, face it people, Kansas City nice left the building under skies tenure and left the planet with mayor lickass.

KC said...

Run the tracks up to the mission so the homeless can ride around.

Anonymous said...

Hit Quinton Lickass up. This shit is mostly his fault!

Anonymous said...

Lickass took a knee on the neck of the tax base. Business flight.

Clayton Bigsby said...

Far from broke,I just choose not to contribute to anyones addiction besides my own