Project Warmth

It isn’t even going to get above freezing at all for the rest of the week!

There are so many Kansas Citians in need of blankets and coats this winter and Project Warmth is helping for the 19th year in a row! The Kansas City Star started Project Warmth back in 1982 and since then they have collected more than 2,20o tons of blankets and coats and more than $7.25 million for area children, families and the elderly!

The Salvation Army sorts and distributes all items for free and gives them to approximately 75 agencies and shelters in the 8-county metropolitan area.

You can go online today and make a donation that will help to keep so many of our fellow Kansas Citians warm this week!  Click here.



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