Community Services League
Rating: 4.86 stars 7 7 reviews
300 West Maple Avenue Independence MO 64050 USA
Community Services League is dedicated to promoting self-sufficiency and providing resources to those in need.
In 2008, CSL: - served 19,303 Households (More than 45,000 individuals) - helped to employ 185 Individuals and helped retain employment for 105 others - provided 2,900 Job referrals to the unemployed - distributed $524,515 in food and $87,735 in clothing - provided 4,849 families with $529,384 in financial assistance - placed 450 families in permanent housing - provided counseling services to 3,616 - assisted 1,141 senior citizens - provided 1,317 transports to the disabled and elderly - provided referral to 4,953 clients for much-needed services - served 1,228 families from the Christmas Store - supplied 1,094 children school supplies to start the year - provided 159 energy conservation classes - provided $10,500 in optical exams, glasses and prescription assistance In 2009, demand for services has increased by more than 25% and continues to grow!
Direct beneficiaries per year:
More than 45,000
Geographic areas served:
Eastern Jackson County, MO
Provides food, clothing, utility and housing assistance, medications, transportation, school supplies, holiday presents and dinner,and other basic human needs.
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7 people found this review helpful
I have been involved with CSL for about 10 years. I have raised money, donated food and clothing. What a wonderful organization this is, at my job I frequently have people come in off the street looking for help with food, housing and jobs, I always know they will get help from CSL. Recently I found myself in need of help and there they were CSL ready to help me out. I never thought I would need the help I have given in the past, but I knew that I could turn to CSL to help me through the bad times.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
recieving help with utilities and finding my spouse a job.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every six months
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