This week on Making Democracy Work, host Debbie Good speaks with Roz Palmer and Meleah Spencer with The Kitchen Inc.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new homeless shelter in Springfield is getting closer to completion.
Project description: The administrators of nonprofit The Kitchen Inc. are starting the new O’Reilly Family Campus with a 14-unit apartment building to be used as a temporary-housing shelter.
Springfield, MO. When homeless youth need assistance, they often come to the Rare Breed.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- The Kitchen Inc, under new leadership, is maintaining its programs in 2018 despite fundraising shortfalls in 2017.
The Kitchen Inc. expanded Michelle McCoy’s role after its director of housing programs accepted an out-of-state job.
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.