Housing is the Key to Ending Homelessness

Because of your support, The Kitchen, Inc. housed 695 people in 2020, including 222 children. With your continued support, we can end homelessness for hundreds more this year. Your gift helps families, individuals, youth, seniors, and Veterans find safe housing and the support services needed to help them find stability and purpose. When we lift up our neighbors in need, our whole community benefits.

A Safer Way to Give

We’ve updated our online donation forms to improve donor experience and data security. You’ll notice a new look to our form and a new URL. If you have any questions about our new forms, please contact Ellen at eherbig@thekitcheninc.org or (417) 225-7415.

Prefer to give over the phone? Give us a call at (417) 225-7415.

Your gift helps us end homelessness for families, individuals, youth, seniors, and Veterans. Give now to help those in need.

When you become a monthly donor, you provide the key to safe, affordable housing for someone in our community.

Needs List

Our clients may move into their new home with nothing. Help them feel more at home by donating items from our needs list.

Donation Center

730 N Glenstone Ave.
(417) 225-7420

Monday-Friday 8:30am-1:00pm. 1:00pm-4:30pm appointment only.

Rare Breed Youth Services

301 N. Main Ave.
(417) 865-6400

Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm

Other Ways to Give

Planned Giving

You can have a lasting impact on those in need. Include The Kitchen, Inc. in your planned giving.  Contact Kippie Kutz, Director of Major Gifts at (417) 225-7416 or kkutz@thekitcheninc.org for more information.

AmazonSmile

Support The Kitchen, Inc. by making us your charity on AmazonSmile. When you make purchases, we will receive a portion of sales! You can also purchase items from our AmazonSmile Wish List and have them shipped directly to The Kitchen, Inc.

O’Reilly Family Campus Capital Campaign

Help us complete the O’Reilly Family Campus! The Sam F. and June S. Hamra Family Support Services building is home to our case management teams, housing support office, staff nurse, and donation center. The Emergency Shelter includes 14 apartments designed to lessen the trauma associated with becoming homeless.

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