“Nichi has worn many hats in her time at AFL-CIO Community Services; she was my right-hand from the time I took over the Director’s position and was an enormous help. She has learned this agency inside and out and will bring a new perspective, and progressive ideas for its growth and continued success,” Adams said. “I have great confidence that she will guide the agency to a bright and exciting future.”
Northwest Missouri United Labor Community Services Agency Inc dba AFL-CIO Community Services Agency Your first call for help ~ Connecting people to services Not sure who to call when you or someone you know needs help? Just dial 1-816-364-1131 AFL-CIO is a central phone number connecting people with available community resources. By simple calling AFL-CIO Community Services you can make one call to find help. No more wasted time trying to find the right resource. You will reach a trained, caring professional 7......
Northwest Missouri United Labor Community Services Agency Inc dba AFL-CIO Community Services Agency Your first call for help ~ Connecting people to services Not sure who to call when you or someone you know needs help? Just dial 1-816-364-1131 AFL-CIO is a central phone number connecting people with available community resources. By simple calling AFL-CIO Community Services you can make one call to find help. No more wasted time trying to find the right resource. You will reach a trained, caring professional 7 days a week, 24 hours a day, who can provide referrals to valuable health and human services in the area. AFL-CIO Community Services will be ready to take your call whenever you're ready to make it. It's efficient, fast, and easy to use. And it's all free, all confidential.more
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DISTRIBUTION DATES/TIMES - SOLES FOR CHRIST SHOE PROGRAM 2021nSoles For Christ is a program sponsored by AFL-CIO Community Services which enables any child in Pre-K (4 years and older) through 12th grades, in Andrew, Buchanan and Doniphan Counties, to receive a brand new pair of tennis shoes to wear their first day of school. This program started in 2003 and since then 14,885 pairs of shoes have been given to children in need. If your children are in need of tennis shoes for school, please see below for information on where and when the distribution will be and instructions for parents/guardians. nPLACE OF DISTRIBUTION: ST JOSEPH CIVIC ARENA, 100 N 4th StnDATES/HOURS OF DISTRIBUTION:nTuesday, August 17 8:00 am - 4:00 pmnWednesday, August 18 8:00 am - 6:00 pmnThursday, August 19 8:00 am - 1:00 pmnNo appointment necessary (service will be first come/first served)nNo income guidelines to qualifynINSTRUCTIONS FOR PARENTS/GUARDIANS:n--- Your children must come with you so they can try on shoesn--- Masks will be required for everyone and need to be worn properly for the duration of your time inside the Civic Arena (you need to provide your own masks)n--- Bring one form of ID for each child to show their age (school identification, report card, birth certificate, any legal document that proves the child’s birth date)n--- Bring one document to prove residency (utility bill, rent/mortgage receipt)n--- Preschoolers (4 yrs and older only) must have proof of enrollment in a preschooln--- Only ONE parent/guardian will be allowed into the fitting area with each householdnHAVE QUESTIONS: Feel free to contact AFL-CIO Community Services at 364-1131. nWE HOPE ALL STUDENTS WILL HAVE A FANTASTIC AND SAFE SCHOOL YEAR!
Want to donate to a fabulous program? Consider donating a pair or pairs of shoes to the Soles For Christ Shoe Program. Info is below. Thanks so much! 👣👟👣👟👣👟👣
AFL-CIO Community Services and Fab-U-Less Finds Thrift Store will continue to require face masks for all customers until further notice. Please understand we do this for the safety of our customers and employees. Thank you!
Approximately 50 families not adopted.
Adopt-A-Family ChristmasnnDeadline to apply for Christmas help approachingn nThe deadline for applying for the Adopt-A-Family Christmas program is quickly approaching. AFL-CIO Community Services will stop accepting applications for the 2020 Christmas season on Tuesday, December 1, at 5 pm. The program’s goal is to serve everyone who needs assistance during the holiday season. It is designed to match needy families and individuals in the area with families, groups and organizations that are willing to help so everyone can enjoy the Christmas holidays. nnBecause of the COVID-19 pandemic, the application process has been extremely different for the 2020 program. Applications are available for pick-up or printing through the agency website (www.helpmenow.org); applicants take application pamphlets home to complete and return it NO LATER THAN Tuesday, Dec 1st. Upon return, agency staff will call applicants to complete their application. APPLICATIONS are NOT complete until applicants have heard back from agency staff. Anyone who applies needs to be sure to answer any unknown calls they many receive as it could be agency staff calling to complete their application. nnApplications can be picked up day or night. There is a distribution box attached to the front of the building next to the main entrance.nnFor any Spanish-speaking individuals, phone applications will be taken by appointment only. Call Maria at 408-796-9512 to make an appointment. n nWhen returning their application, applicants are required to bring the $2.00 processing fee. Applicants MUST NOT bring children when dropping off materials for the program.nnPenny B AdamsnAFL-CIO Community Servicesn816-364-1131or [email protected] www.helpmenow.org
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