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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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.