Some people hit the bowling lanes today in hopes of striking out for a good cause. People got the ball rolling to end homelessness in the area
SPRINGFIELD, Mo - The Missouri Housing Development Commission cut $140 million in state funds in the form of low-income tax credit.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (12/27/2017) As the nights get colder and colder, hundreds of teens are on the streets without a place to call home or anything to keep them warm.
Citing a decline in donations for general operating costs, The Kitchen, Inc. has eliminated six positions over the past few months and is calling on the community for support.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Kitchen, Inc. is $300,000 short on donations for the year, and it’s cost their organization six jobs, according to the organization’s community development manager, Roz Palmer.
Students from Adam Rinker’s fifth-grade class from Bois D’Arc Elementary came to The Kitchen, Inc., recently to decorate barrels.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- If you're thinking about volunteering this Thanksgiving, you might what to think again. Many organizations get an influx of volunteers during the holidays, and then struggle to keep them year-round.
The Kitchen, Inc. has met its $4 million dollar initial construction goal for the new O’Reilly Family campus.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (11/07/2017) The Kitchen is currently in a season of both celebration and concern.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The Kitchen delivered good and bad news Tuesday: it reached its $4 million fundraising goal to build a new homeless shelter, meanwhile general revenue has fallen $30,000 a month, cutting staff positions along the way.