Kansas City’s Veterans Community Project Receives $50,000 Donation from Pioneer Services

Financial company serving military funds “tiny-homes” and community center for homeless vets

Pioneer_Services_50_Donation_helps_Build_Tiny_Homes_for_Homeless_VetsPioneer Services, a Division of MidCountry Bank, has provided financial services to military families for more than 30 years. Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., the company has been recognized nationally for its commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility, including support for local service members and veteran causes across the country. As part of these ongoing efforts and in recognition of Veterans Day (November 11), the company this week donated $50,000 to the Veterans Community Project (VCP), which provides transitional “tiny-homes” and onsite counseling services to homeless veterans in the Kansas City region.

Pioneer Services' donation will help VCP complete the next phase of its Veterans Village, a community of 49 “tiny-homes” for homeless veterans in the region’s urban core. These monies will also help build a new Community Center on the village property itself, providing support services to veterans including health/wellness, education, case management, and fellowship opportunities.

“Pioneer Services is pleased to partner with the Veterans Community Project, helping provide transitional housing opportunities for local veterans in need,” said Jodi Vickery, President of Pioneer Services. “As a financial services provider to military families, we see first-hand the service and sacrifice that our nation’s veterans have made. And with our headquarters located in Kansas City, we appreciate this unique opportunity to give back and support our local hometown community.”