The Social Welfare Board is planning a fundraiser after two years of canceled events due to COVID-19.
Victims of domestic and sexual abuse now have protections from the state if they need to take time off from work to deal with legal and medical issues.
The Salvation Army is working to prepare for a busy winter season.
You could view AFL-CIO Community Services as the front door to anyone seeking assistance because the agency’s staff mans the hotline that connects folks to help.
People from all walks of life had the chance to stand in solidarity with one another as the St. Joseph Pregnancy Resource Center hosted Life Day on Sunday afternoon.
In any given year, about 100 Missouri Western State University students are working toward a career as a social worker.
Friday marked the open house for St. Joseph YWCA’s GRIT Center, which focuses on “Growing Resiliency in Teens.”
Second Harvest Community Food Bank has been assisting residents in need for four decades, and the organization took to Felix Street Gourmet on Thursday evening to celebrate the achievement.
The YWCA held its 24th annual Day of Commitment to Eliminate Racism event Friday morning to talk about racial injustice, which isn’t easy to do.
It’s easy to overlook essential organizations in the community if they haven’t benefitted you or your family personally.