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File #: 20641    Version: 0 Name: Food insecurity funding
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 3/25/2021 In control: County Legislature
On agenda: 3/29/2021 Final action: 3/29/2021
Title: A RESOLUTION to provide funds to outside agencies to ensure food insecurity is minimized in the wake of the full economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak and authorizing the County Executive to execute cooperative agreements with certain agencies, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $500,000.00.
Sponsors: Theresa Cass Galvin
Indexes: COOPERATIVE AGREEMENT, COVID-19, FOOD BANKS
Attachments: 1. 20641adopt.pdf, 2. 20641bu.pdf, 3. 20641 Bishop Sullivan Center.pdf, 4. 20641 Coldwater of Lee's Summit.pdf, 5. 20641 Community Assistance Council.pdf, 6. 20641 Education First.pdf, 7. 20641 Footprints, Inc..pdf, 8. 20641 Indep. Christian - Micah Ministries.pdf, 9. 20641 Kingsway Lighthouse Minitstries.pdf, 10. 20641 Mattie Rhodes Center.pdf, 11. 20641 Metro Missionary Baptist Church.pdf, 12. 20641 Morningstar Development Corp.pdf, 13. 20641 Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist CARES Act.pdf, 14. 20641 Pro Deo Youth Center.pdf, 15. 20641 Sisters In Christ.pdf, 16. 20641 TAGS.pdf, 17. 20641 Total Man Community Development.pdf, 18. 20641 True Faith Outreach Ministries Pantry.pdf, 19. 20641 Victorious Life Church.pdf, 20. 20641 Westside Community Action Network.pdf, 21. 20641 Macedonia Baptist Church - Mountaintop Pantry.pdf, 22. 20641 the Gathering SAWC Cares Act Food Program.pdf, 23. 5503-20641 CAAGKC.pdf, 24. 5503-20641 Blue Hills Church of Nazarene.pdf, 25. 5503 - 20641 True Light Family Resource Center.pdf, 26. 5503 - 20641 Redemptorist.pdf
Related files: 20535, 5483, 5371, 5420, 5503
IN THE COUNTY LEGISLATURE OF JACKSON COUNTY, MISSOURI

Title
A RESOLUTION to provide funds to outside agencies to ensure food insecurity is minimized in the wake of the full economic impact of the COVID-19 outbreak and authorizing the County Executive to execute cooperative agreements with certain agencies, at an aggregate cost to the County not to exceed $500,000.00.


Intro
RESOLUTION NO. 20641, March 29, 2021

INTRODUCED BY Theresa Cass Galvin, County Legislator


Body
WHEREAS, former U.S. President Donald J. Trump, Missouri Governor Mike Parson, and County Executive Frank White, Jr., have all declared, in one form or another, the ongoing Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic to be a public health emergency; and,

WHEREAS, the County, through its various efforts, plays a significant role in the public health of its citizens; and,

WHEREAS, an appropriate response by the County to this emergency will require significant expenditures from the County CARES Act Fund, which consists of monies provided by the U.S. Treasury for this purpose; and,

WHEREAS, the County, via Ordinance 5371, dated June 22, 2020, Ordinance 5420, dated October 5, 2020, Ordinance 5483, dated January 25, 2020, and Resolution 20535, dated October 19, 2020, has previously allocated a total of $1,213,800 in two earlier rounds of funding to address food insecurity issues; and,

WHEREAS, the County Executive now recommends the execution of Cooperative Agreements with the following listed agencies, in the indicated amounts, to further address food insecurity issues brought on by the pandemic:
AGENCY
AMOUNT


Bishop Sullivan Center
$23,000
Blue Hills Church of the Nazarene food pantry
23,000
CAAGKC
23,000
Coldwater of Lee's Summit
15,148
Community Assistance Council
23,000
Covenant Presbyterian Church
2,356
Education 1st Athletics Second
2,163
Footprints, Inc./ Heroes Home Gate
23,000
Gathering Table SAWC
17,100
Hope Rocks Pantry
23,000
Independence Blvd Christian Church/ Micah Ministry
23,000
Kingsw...

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