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.
The Kitchen Inc. met the $4 million construction goal for its new headquarters, though it has ongoing needs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (November 7, 2017) — The Kitchen, Inc. has met its $4 million dollar initial construction goal for the new O’Reilly Family campus.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- (11/03/2017) Currently hundreds of Springfield teens are on the streets without a place to call home or clothes to keep them warm. Due to this growing problem, The Rare Breed is hoping to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and give the teens a better option.
Of the 90 homeless and at-risk youths who were surveyed earlier this year in Springfield, almost all of them — 93 percent — reported engaging in risky behavior to remain housed.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. Startling numbers out this week show just how many teens are homeless in Springfield. Some 90 teens were as identified as homeless in the latest count, and those who work with at-risk teens everyday say hat number may not tell the whole story.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — The Night at the Rare Breed is Friday, November 3rd and serves to create awareness of youth homelessness in our community. It occurs in conjunction with National Homeless Youth Awareness Month.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. From the closure of the Missouri Hotel to the groundbreaking of a new shelter in its place, The Kitchen, Inc. has undergone many changes in recent years. The latest change is the hiring of a new CEO with a passion to do even more.
The nonprofit Kitchen, Inc. has hired Meleah Spencer to serve as its new chief executive officer.