As Project Warmth continues to grow its mission year round to make extreme weather months - both winter and summer - more bearable for your Kansas City neighbors in need, this is the spot to find out about newsworthy information and upcoming events. Come on back and visit us often!
December 3, 2017
The Kansas City Star Contribution Envelope Drive
In cooperation with Tension Envelope, Project Warmth postage-paid envelopes will be in a Sunday edition of The Kansas City Star during the month of December 2016. Contributors may use them to send in donations. The envelopes alone have raised more than $4 million.
Own Original Editorial Cartoon Artwork by Lee Judge
Lee Judge editorial cartoons have raised more than $160,000 for Project Warmth. Your donation of $100 for a Lee Judge original cartoon is a great way to support the Project Warmth and own a conversational piece of art. Available November 23, 2017 through December 17, 2017.
Two great ways to order:
1) Place your orders online Click Here
2) Watch for ads in The Kansas City Star with the Cartoon Request Form and mail it in with your $100 donation, made payable to Project Warmth: Project Warmth, c/o The Kansas City Star, 1729 Grand Blvd., Kansas City, MO 64108.
Death of volunteer’s mother pushed him to volunteer for Project Warmth
KCTV5′s Take 5 to Care shares a story of one son’s pledge. Dec. 10, 2013. View and read the story.
Money, clothing will help people in need
A Kansas City Star Editorial on Friday, Nov. 2, 2012. Read the story.
A Warm Wedding
A local couple uses their wedding to raise money and donate to Project Warmth in lieu of gifts. Watch their story on YouTube.
Donate Cars Helps Project Warmth Raise Much Needed Funds
American Children’s Society partners with Project Warmth. Watch the video on YouTube.
Sportswear Etc. gives a discount and donation to help the needy
A local business offers an instore discount to help those in need. Watch the video on YouTube.