Getting ready for the rush

For the nonprofit Humanity House, the end of pandemic-related benefits means seeing more and more people in need of help, especially with food assistance.

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June 17, 2021 - 10:08 AM

From left, Joannia Stinnett, Georgia Masterson, Tracy Keagle and Ginny Spurling, seated, of Humanity House, are preparing for a rush of people needing help now that the Kansas disaster declaration has ended. (REGISTER/TREVOR HOAG)

Tracy Keagle is stressed out.

That’s because the Kansas COVID-19 disaster declaration has ended, which in turn means the end of pandemic benefits.

For the nonprofit Humanity House, which Keagle directs, that means seeing more and more people in need of help, especially with food assistance.

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