Operation Breakthrough Interview

Kansas City is facing critical poverty issues. It is estimated that 70% of Kansas City families live on less than $12,000 annually. That’s well below the annual average of $68,000. Moreover, many families live in battered conditions where violence is a regular occurrence. The city’s transitional living programs and sub-par homeless shelters offer less than sufficient support for children and families going through difficult times.

Operation Breakthrough aims to provide quality education, healthcare and support services to impoverished children and families.

Find out how Operation Breakthrough cares for more than 700 children.

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