Before COVID-19 became a worldwide term, staff in Kansas were passionate about supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters. When a plan was being formed to help communities respond, it was one of the first organizations Kansas called.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Kansas has been serving homebound meals to their “littles” since the state’s work-from-home order was placed.
To date, they’ve served nearly 1,000 meals in Dodge City, Wichita and Lawrence thanks to the donation from Black Hills Energy.
“We have a small brigade out there gathering supplies and delivering to the doorsteps of our families,” said Regional Director Shelly Chinberg. “These meals will go to household incomes of $15,000 and less. Your generosity made my day!”