KANSAS CITY, Kan. — A Kansas City, Kansas, social outreach group will soon be able to assist more people in need in the metro.
Cross-Lines Community Outreach received a $5,000 donation last Friday from the McDonald's Great Plains Co-op.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, more people are in need, and the donation from McDonald's will help the nonprofit provide direct assistance to at-risk families and single individuals affected by poverty.
Cross-Lines has a food pantry and clothing store for senior citizens, families and those with mentally and physically disabilities. It is a leading organization providing relief to people struggling because of COVID-19.
The McDonald's owner/operators have donated more than $68,000 to help COVID-19 relief efforts in the Greater Kansas City area.
Anyone who needs assistance with rent, food or utilities can contact Cross-Lines Community Outreach online or by calling 913-281-3388.
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