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Johnson County Interfaith Hospitality Network Inc

Rating: 4 stars   1 review 494

Address:

11503 S Strang Line Road Olathe KS 66062 USA

Mission:

Provides assistance to homeless families and women in the johnson county kansas area through overnight accomodations, meals, clothing, medicine, and activities for families in participating congregation facilities.

Programs:

Providing assistance to homeless families and individual women in need of shelter, meals, clothing, medicine, and activities in the greater johnson county kansas area. During the 2012 calendar year and through 3,439 volunteer hours, the organization provided families in need with a total of 3,749 bednights and 11,247 meals. From the organization's inception through december 31, 2012, the johnson county interfaith has provided a total of 87,288 meals and 29,096 bednights to families in need.

providing assistance to families in need of shelter, meals, clothing, transportation, medicine and activities in the greater johnson county kansas area.

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www.jocoihn.org

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Rating: 4 stars  

Never did I imagine I would gain more from my volunteer experience, than the guests we serve. Every time (usually weekly) I volunteer at the Family Center I am humbled by the spirit of our guests. They have faced circumstances I cannot even imagine, and yet they are positive, and working to repair their past mistakes and move on with their life.

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

the genuine appreciation and success of the past guests.

If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

improve communications with all the volunteers. More frequent updates would help every volunteer feel part of the program and it's successes.

 
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