(Springfield, MO) - A big donation will help a lot of kids in Springfield. The Rotary Club of Springfield donated more than 1,100 bus passes to The Kitchen Inc’s Rare Breed Program.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.-- To most people a backpack may not seem like much, but to someone living on the streets, it can be the one thing holding your whole life together.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Imagine trying to find a safe place to sleep every night. Now try doing that as a 15 or 16-year-old. Homelessness is not just something facing teens in the “big city.” It’s the reality for many youth in our own community.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) New camping tents are being delivered to The Rare Breed, part of The Kitchen, Inc.
This week, Heroes Coffee is launching a brand new brew named Do Good. Since owners Tim and Amy Ferguson rebranded the company in 2009, they have sought to recognize and support those organizations that are doing a great job of helping others — their heroes.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – Wake up. DO GOOD. Repeat. That’s the motto for Springfield-based Heroes Coffee Company. Once again, that motto is more than just words. This week, Heroes Coffee is launching a brand new brew aptly named Do Good.
(Springfield, MO) - Contractors yesterday began work on a $5.3 million senior living development in north Springfield.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – The Knights of Columbus will be presenting The Kitchen, Inc. with a sizable donation.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Poverty and homelessness are a big problem around the Ozarks. The organizations that trying to make a difference survive on donations.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A new full-time position within the Springfield School System could help combat homelessness in the Ozarks.