December 6, 2019
For Immediate Release
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THE COMMUNITY COMES TOGETHER TO PROVIDE A HOLIDAY FOR FAMILIES ESCAPING VIOLENCE
Domestic violence shelter relies on the community to provide gifts to women and children…and pets.
Kansas City, MO, December 6, 2019: Rose Brooks Center, a Kansas City-based domestic violence shelter, is collecting new, unwrapped gifts, household items, and other urgent needs at their Holiday Store location at Ward Parkway Mall through Tuesday, December 17th. The donated items will be used to provide holiday gifts and other urgent needs for adults, children, and pets living in Rose Brooks Center’s emergency shelter and offsite housing.
“Once again the holidays are coming upon us. People often ask me what it is like for families who live here in our shelter during this time of year,” Said Susan Miller, CEO of Rose Brooks Center. “What comes to mind are the two concerns I hear most, from the moms. ‘Will I be able to provide gifts for my children?’ and from the kids, ‘Will Santa be able to find me if I am not at home?’ Thanks to the generosity of donors throughout Kansas City, the answer to both of these questions is yes.”
This year’s wish list items for adults and children include: non-violent toys, pajamas, slippers, winter coats, gift certificates and much more. The store helps create a special holiday season, even during crisis, and empowers families to celebrate their lives together with a bright, safe future. For the complete Holiday Store wish list, please visit https://www.rosebrooks.org/holiday-store/
The Holiday Store –
8600 Ward Pkwy Kansas City, MO 64114
Located between Sprint and GNC, inside the mall.
December 2 – 17, 2019
Monday thru Saturday-10am to 8pm
Sunday December 8th from noon to 5:30pm
Sunday December 15th from 11am to 7pm
Tuesday, December 17th from 10am to 6pm
Rose Brooks Center
Rose Brooks Center offers domestic violence services and programming in the Kansas City Metro area and beyond. While hundreds of individuals and pets find safety in emergency shelter, thousands more are served outside of shelter through groundbreaking community programs. Rose Brooks Center has been providing services to individuals and families since 1978. www.rosebrooks.org.