NEWS & UPDATES

five things to know about thelma's kitchen

Read this wonderful Kansas City Star article about Thelma's Kitchen and watch the video they made while visiting with us!

 

Troost murals move to Thelma's kitchen

Watch this short news story on the moving of two special murals into Thelma's Kitchen at Reconciliation Services. 

 

"Troost transformed" - art that brings east and west together

 Here's Reconciliation Services' own Fr. Turbo Qualls talking about his mural as part of the Troost Market Collective project. And you can see the mural dedicated to our co-founder Michaela Thelma Altschul painted by Lori Bury and Stuart Bury

Donate-What-You-Can Cafe hopes to bring community together on troost

Click here to watch this Fox 4 News story about Thelma's Kitchen!

 

rs Foster Grandparents are "win-win" for kc schools

Grandma Tillie and Grandma Barbara are working to reveal strength in our kids! Check out this 41 Action News - KSHB-TV story about the RS Foster Grandparents and the way they are giving back to the next generation of young people!

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RS Cafe awarded $110,000

“One of the best ways to improve health in our community is to support organizations working to make healthy habits become the norm,” said Bridget McCandless, M.D., President/CEO of HCF of Greater KC. 

KCUR "Up To Date" Interview: Everybody needs an ID

Listen to RS's own Sandra DeAtley on KCUR "Up To Date" talking about why an ID is essential to survival. You need it to access housing, food, jobs, enroll kids in school, access benefits, vote and so much more! 

HAVING AN ID IS ESSENTIAL FOR SURVIVAL IN OUR COUNTRY

Helping someone get an ID is somewhat akin to digging a well for a family in a third world country. An ID offers access to a deep well of possibilities for self-sufficiency and dignity that everyone should have access to.