Brent Stewart, president of the United Way of Greater Kansas City, explained to the audience at Union Station on Wednesday that donating to the United Way “helps people become better than they are.”
Brent Stewart, president of the United Way of Greater Kansas City, explained to the audience at Union Station on Wednesday that donating to the United Way “helps people become better than they are.” Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star
Brent Stewart, president of the United Way of Greater Kansas City, explained to the audience at Union Station on Wednesday that donating to the United Way “helps people become better than they are.” Lewis W. Diuguid The Kansas City Star

United Way of Greater Kansas City campaign kicks off with goal to exceed last year’s total of $35 million

September 09, 2015 02:00 PM

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