The mission of Cross-Lines is to provide people in the Kansas City area affected by poverty with services and opportunities that encourage self-confidence, meet the needs of today, and provide tools for future self-sufficiency.
Our COVID-19 Response
Cross-Lines provides a crucial safety net for our neighbors in need in Kansas City and we care deeply about our community, our clients and the more than 1,800 volunteers who help us provide critical services throughout the year. Our organization has been deeply affected by the coronavirus pandemic and we are doing everything we can to continue to feed our neighbors in need.
News & Notes
Jim Ensz remembers sitting in the pews at his home church, Village Presbyterian, as Don Bakely, the dynamic local preacher and first Executive Director at Cross-Lines Community Outreach, spoke to a captivated congregation.
Roxanne Vega had already started her internship, the capstone of her Bachelor of Health Sciences degree at the University of Missouri - Kansas City, when the pandemic hit.
A Timeline of Cross-Lines' COVID response