PROJECT HOMELESS CONNECT KANSAS CITY

 

HELPING THOSE EXPERIENCING HOMELESSNESS MOVE THEIR LIVES FORWARD

UPDATE ON OUR 2020 EVENT

After much deliberation, the Project Homeless Connect Kansas City steering committee has made the difficult decision to cancel our 2020 in-person event due to concerns about the spread of COVID-19. Our highest priority is the health and safety of our participants, service providers, and volunteers. We remain committed to serving our local community in need, however, and we intend to hold an in-person event in 2021 as early as it's safely possible.

In the meantime, we're teaming up with other local organizations to continue to support the community, and we're also developing a slate of virtual fundraisers and other community impact projects throughout the rest of the year. Stay tuned for updates here and through email!

Project Homeless Connect is an annual, one-day free event for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Kansas City.

Right now there are nearly 1700 people in Kansas City experiencing homelessness and 370 are under the age of 18.

Project Homeless Connect (PHCKC) takes place at the Gregg/Klice Community Center. Participants will be given access to difficult-to-obtain services including medical services, vision care, identification procurement, food and nutrition benefits, employment assistance, housing assistance and more.

Since 2014, Project Homeless Connect Kansas City has helped more than 300 homeless participants annually with the help of hundreds of community volunteers, service providers and agencies and gracious donors. Learn more about our past results.

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