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KCKCC Clothing Bank

The Clothing Bank is filled with gently used professional and dress casual clothes for women and men. 

Who Is Eligible?

Individuals meeting low income guidelines who are:

  • Looking for work
  • Going on interviews
  • Starting a new job
  • Starting an internship
  • Going on a school-sponsored trip
  • Making a class presentation

How Do I Apply?

Call or stop by the Counseling & Advocacy Center at 913.288.7640, to make an appointment.  Appointments may be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

How Many Clothes Can I Receive?

You may receive  two to three outfits.  Outfits may include slacks, skirt, blouse, and jacket.

KCKCC Student Food Pantry

Who Is Eligible?

Currently enrolled KCKCC students experiencing an emergency situation are eligible to apply.

How Do I Apply?

Call or stop by the Counseling and Advocacy Center at 913.288.7640, to make an appointment.  Appointments may be scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

What Should I Bring?

A current copy of your KCKCC schedule
Current KCKCC student identification card

What Is The Process For Receiving Food?

You will need to complete an application.  Then a counselor will meet with you to learn more about your situation, and to determine if there are other resources which may be helpful to you, as well as food.

How Often May I Receive Food?

We work with students experiencing emergencies to evaluate their needs on a case by case basis. For students who have regular, ongoing food shortages, we will work with you on referrals to community resources to meet those needs.

What else do I need to know?

The Counseling & Advocacy Center is also a DCF access point if you need to apply for assistance.
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