(SPRINGFIELD, Mo.) Springfield's annual "point in time" count will show community leaders where to focus efforts to end homelessness. Now agencies are working on a plan of action.
For the 22nd year, the local Knights of Columbus councils will sponsor the “Knights Striking out for The Kitchen” bowl-a-thon.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced it will award more than $901,000 to the Ozarks Alliance to End Homelessness, which serves Springfield-Greene, Christian and Webster Counties Continuum of Care.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.–(12/27/16) The Kitchen Inc. in Springfield is $38,000 dollars short of their fundraising goals for 2016 with only days left in 2016.
The Season of Giving is upon us. Thanksgiving has given way to Christmas. But for many in our community, there was no turkey, stuffing or pumpkin pie. There are no leftovers and the holiday season only means colder weather is here and survival is that much harder.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (KY3) - For just about anything in life these days, we can say, 'There's an app for that.' Now engineers and developers are coming together in Springfield to create an app to try to end homelessness.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - The United States has seen a dramatic decrease in the number of people who find themselves homeless.
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - Friday is the eighth annual Springfield Sleepout. The sleepout is to inspire people to take action to end youth homelessness.
A new report released says that the amount of homeless youth in Springfield are on the rise, and unless something’s done, the problem could get out of hand.
Imagine your child not having a place to sleep at night or wondering where they'll get their next meal. It's a sad reality for a growing number of local young people. That's why a local group is fighting against youth homelessness.