KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Operation BBQ Relief and AT&T teamed up Friday to give meals to the Kansas City, Kansas, Police Department.
The president of AT&T Kansas said it’s just one small thing they could do to show their appreciation of the officers.
“Our goal is really to show that we are in this together as a community. It’s not one person, it’s not one first responder — it’s going to take all of us working together to tackle this crisis,” Molly Kocour Boyle, AT&T Kansas president, said.
Operation BBQ Relief is providing 12,000 meals to first responders in Jackson, Clay and Platte counties in Missouri and Johnson, Wyandotte and Leavenworth counties in Kansas over a two-week span.
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