This blog might be making me too cynical . . .
However, a local story that's an obvious ploy for donations hit me the wrong way and might remind readers at how KCMO has dedicated MILLIONS to his crisis but the problem has only worsened.
Here's the money line regarding a poor soul on local streets during arctic weather . . .
"We kind of thought one area maybe it was just some trash, but we learned it was one of our neighbors," director of Hope Faith, said.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com news link . . .
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A Kansas City, Missouri, homeless shelter removing snow from their property, got a big surprise when what was thought to be trash, was actually a man. "We kind of thought one area maybe it was just some trash, but we learned it was one of our neighbors," Doug Langner, the executive director of Hope Faith, said.
Kansas City's only day shelter was prepared to take in those with no place to go during the storm.Hope Faith Ministries' mission to help the homeless took on more urgency Thursday. The snow kept falling and the people kept coming.Hope Faith Ministries at Admiral Boulevard and The Paseo is always prepared to serve the poor and homeless.
Developing . . .