Kansas City Too Broke To Donate Despite Worsening 'Giving Tuesday' Need

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This is the season of giving and locals notice American scarcity rising amid inflation concerns, economic turmoils and war spreading around the world.

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Janine Urness with Catholic Charities is doing everything she can to make sure their pantries are stocked too.

She is concerned as they continue through the holidays because while donations are down, demand is up exponentially.

Compared to January, they are serving 250 families instead of 89. Instead of repeat customers, she is seeing more people coming in for the first time as well.

“It’s just, I think, the increased cost of food,” Urness said.

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GivingTuesday: Kansas City-area food nonprofits don't see a spike in donations despite growing demand

On this Giving Tuesday, Kansas City-area food nonprofits said donations have not gone up despite the growing demand.