Area Not-For-Profit Reminds People Don’t Forget the Poor During the CoronaVirus Outbreak

by: Scott McCaulley

The CoronaVirus Outbreak has impacted many people and the effects are only just beginning according to the head of one area Not-For-Profit Organization.

Bryan Stallings of Elevate Branson appeared with Scott McCaulley on the “Janet and Friends” Program on KRZK Monday morning and said that even though the operations of the non-profit organizations have also been impacted by CoronaVirus concerns, they still are trying to help those in need and those organizations need help in getting that assistance to those in need.

Stallings said they are providing sanitary products as available to those that come to their facility and as of now, our continuing their Breakfast and Church Programs on Sunday mornings.

Click below for the complete interview with Brian Stallings from Monday:

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