KANSAS CITY, Mo. – – FOX4 and Arvest Bank are joining Project Warmth in its mission to keep Kansas City area families warm all winter long. From volunteering to monetary and winter coat donations, here’s how you can help spread the warmth in our community.
Donate winter weather gear
Open up your closets and grab any new or gently used coats, scarves, gloves, hats, and blankets and load them into your car for Project Warmth Donation Day on November 5 from 9am to 2pm.
Project Warmth Dropoff locations are at seven major shopping centers around Kansas City. Once you arrive, be on the lookout for Project Warmth signs and Salvation Army trucks to drop off your donations. All items will be given to multiple Kansas City organizations to distribute them to the families and individuals in our community.
Check out which donation site is nearest to you!
- Zona Rosa 8551 NW Prairie View Rd, KCMO (Michael’s Parking Lot east side of the shopping center)
- Metro North Square 8330 N Broadway, KCMO (Barry Road and Broadway near The Salvation Army Thrift Store)
- Independence Shopping Center, 18801 E 39th Street South, Independence (North side of lot across from Macy’s)
- Summit Fair Shopping Center 840 NW Blue Pkwy, Lee’s Summit, MO
- Ward Parkway Shopping Center 8600 Ward Pkwy, KCMO (West side of the parking lot next to State Line)
- Leawood Town Center Plaza 5000 W. 119th St., Leawood, KS (Next to Pottery Barn)
- Sam’s Club, 12200 W 95th St., Lenexa, Kan.
Volunteer with Project Warmth
Want to volunteer your time? There is plenty of work to be done sorting, packing and distributing donations to the partner agencies. It’s easy to schedule a volunteer shift with the Kansas & Western Missouri Salvation Army on its website.
Help pay a utility bill
Project Warmth also collects donations to cover the utility bills that can skyrocket when temperatures hit extremes. If you’d like to help with a monetary donation, click here for the donation link at the bottom of the page.