American Red Cross of Missouri
From blazes and blizzards to floods and fires, the Missouri Red Cross fulfills the American Red Cross mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies. For over 100 years, the Missouri Red Cross has provided comfort, care and necessities to those affected by disaster. On the scene following tornadoes, floods and power outages, the Missouri Red Cross also responds to an average of three house fires every day. They provide immediate assistance for food, shelter, clothing and emotional support. For more information CALL: (877) 272-7337
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Located in downtown Macon, the center provides disaster care, fire victim support, free clothing for those in need, newborn baby welcome kits, and spiritual support to hundreds of families. For more information CALL: (660) 385-3506
Family Life Fellowship Dream Center
The FLF Dream Center exists to serve Moberly and the surrounding communities through food and clothing distribution. For more information CALL: (660) 263-0488
Macon Country Ministries
This organization offers assistance with food and clothing around the Macon Country area. For more information CALL: (660) 395-3663
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West Plains, Missouri
Salutes is shelter for homeless veterans and a thrift store. For more information CALL: (417) 861-6967
Kaufman Fund
The Kaufman Fund, a 501(c)3 non-profit supports St Louis area Veterans and children who are at risk of abuse or poverty, needing food, shelter, clothing, medical care and basic needs.
Department of Veterans Affairs
This is a Winter Coat Drive program for Veterans. They will also take donations of winter coats for males and females, scarves, hats, long underwear, gloves, and more. For more information contact Marcena Gunter at the VA St. Louis Health Care System, (314) 289-6393.
Veterans Urban Farm
Patients at the Truman VA Hospital in Columbia, MO have the opportunity to serve as paid apprentices through the VA’s transitional work program. Apprentices work to maintain the Veterans Urban Farm over the course of the growing season. Fruits and vegetables grown on site are sold to the public, donated to local veterans, and used in health-focused programming at the VA Hospital. VA patients participate in recreational therapy programs, MOVE! weight management classes, the healthy teaching kitchen, and whole health initiatives also utilize the site. For more information, CONTACT: Dixie Litchard | Phone: (573) 514-4174 | Email: