Saturday, February 06, 2021

Kansas City Convention Center Homeless Camp Desperately Seeking Community Help

Despite the tragic financial circumstances, here's a story that should make those of us lucky enough to have a roof over our head tonight feel some level of gratitude. 

Nevertheless . . .

City Hall doesn't have a plan to pay for this debacle and now organizers who touted "anti-cop" protection are asking the public to pitch-in . . . To be fair, this is a vital resources and without it a lot of people would die on local streets. Read more:

Volunteers and donations needed at Bartle Hall warming center, how to help

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - With freezing temperatures coming, more people are expected to show up at the Scott Eicke Warming Center inside Bartle Hall needing a safe place to sleep. Organizers say they need people to volunteer and to provide the guests with some love and comfort. "We need people.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ha, good luck with this!!

What a f-ing debacle!! Great Work "Q"

Anonymous said...

Call the Mayor.

Anonymous said...

Donations for this shit show, are you out of your minds. This is the single worst thing I have ever seen the city do and that is saying a lot!

Anonymous said...

Donation to salvation army would be more wisely spent and would make the "woke" angry.

Anonymous said...

How much could it cost? a EMPTY convention Center, prior to Covid, the convention center was usually empty most of the year! Its not a hot spot for city revenue, but looks like it could be a hot spot keeping people out of the cold, my tax dollars paid for that dump, and I think its awesome we can utilize that dump tax payers waste of money to house homeless people, all lives matter!

Anonymous said...

Yeah, you’ve already had enough of my help without my permission. Go screw yourselves!

Anonymous said...

The is still no legal agreement in place with the city and the organization running it. The city swiftly setup this center with ppl that have little to no experience in running this type of program and lacked the capacity to see it through. However the same city will immediately shut down a developer that is actively seeking to produce more affordable housing.