With the help from people across Kansas and beyond, the United Way of the Plains has been able to make a significant impact in recovery and rebuilding efforts for people the tornado displaced in southeast Sedgwick County and the city of Andover.
A fifth grade class at Harry Street Elementary wanted to make a difference in their community, so they installed a Paxton’s Blessing Box outside the school to fill with food and other items for people in need.
The start of a treatment program and summer camp for kids with ADHD was delayed due to the pandemic, but the psychologist planning it says the $1,200 Helping Hand it received will still be put to good use.
What better way to "Share the Love” than with a fresh-out-of-the-oven casserole? The Kingman ‘helpers’ with Share the Love have spent years giving a simple gift that means so much: a warm meal to warm the heart.
KWCH and DeVaughn James Injury Lawyers gave a Helping Hand to Veterans Unidos, the Wichita beneficiary of the Kansas Honor Banners project, for the work it’s doing to support veterans and their families.