Saturday, April 10, 2021

Counting Kansas City COVID Cash Help

Slightly upbeat story concerning local fundraising during the pandemic. The downside is that the economic impact of shutdowns will persist for years.

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More than 250 Kansas City agencies benefit from $17.5-million OneKC initiative

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Just over one year ago, Kansas Citians shifted into shutdown mode to limit the spread of COVID-19. The collateral damage came quickly - residents lost jobs, families lost child care, children were forced into virtual classrooms, and countless people navigated food insecuroty, mental health issues and even lost loved ones.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

“Special consideration was given to the racial and socioeconomic disparities revealed or worsened in parts of the Kansas City community.“

Just more virtue signaling, we all know the vast majority of the money pays the organizations handing out the money, just look at aim for the heart, whore mothers in charge and many other black organizations that do nothing but collect free money.

By the way, this is the whole reason nobody says a word about black on black crime, too many special interest groups get paid big money for years on end as long as blacks keep murdering each other.

Anonymous said...

"too many special interest groups get paid big money for years on end as long as blacks keep murdering each other"

This is utterly ludicrous.

Anonymous said...

Why is oneKC initiative so racist and bigoted?

Anonymous said...

The COVID vaccine has been officially renamed the "Trumpcine" by the scientists and others involved in Operation Warp Speed to honor the man who made it all possible in record time.