KC Veterans Community Project Calls for Volunteers to Plow Snow

The snowstorm that hit Kansas City completely blanketed the Veterans Community Project Village. The organization says village vets cannot safely exit until the aisles are cleared. The village has 49 small houses and a 4,600 square foot community center built specifically for homeless veterans. The VCP is asking all volunteers willing to come with shovels or other snow removal equipment to come and help. “If you have 4WD and can get to 8825 Troost Ave. between 2 and 4 pm safely, we would greatly appreciate the help!” the VCP tweeted on Thursday. The entire village was built to help homeless Kansas City veterans get back on their feet, as the VCP offers education, health and wellness, and case management programs to help homeless veterans get back on their feet. obtain the stability needed to find permanent housing solutions. to drop any veteran through the cracks. From providing housing to offering walk-in support services, we are here for anyone who has taken an oath to serve America,” the VCP states on its website. In 2019, to celebrate the completion of the village, VCP donors held a Christmas lights celebration for the community.

The snowstorm that hit Kansas City completely blanketed the Veterans Community Project Village. The organization says village vets cannot safely exit until the aisles are cleared.

The village has 49 small houses and a 4,600 square foot community center built specifically for homeless veterans. The VCP is asking all volunteers willing to come with shovels or other snow removal equipment to come and help.

“If you have 4WD and can get to 8825 Troost Ave. between 2 and 4 pm safely, we would greatly appreciate the help!” the VCP tweeted on Thursday.

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The entire village was built to help homeless Kansas City veterans get back on their feet, as the VCP offers education, health and wellness, and case management programs to help homeless veterans get back on their feet. obtain the stability needed to find permanent housing solutions.

“The Veterans Community Project refuses to let a veteran fall through the cracks. Whether it’s providing housing or offering walk-in support services, we’re here for anyone who’s loaned oath to serve America,” the VCP states on its website.

In 2019, to celebrate the completion of the village, VCP donors held a Christmas lights celebration for the community.

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