Community is core to what we do. We are committed to creating an inclusive community atmosphere that is a welcome and inviting place for all. In addition, we are compelled to serve our local community, as well as those in need around the world.

Here are a few of the organizations Homer’s supports with the help of our loyal patrons.

Heartland International Ministries
Heartland International Ministries (HIM) is a faith-based nonprofit that empowers people internationally to improve their lives and communities by sharing the gospel and supporting humanitarian works, education programs and livelihood projects.

Gracious Promise
Ministers to and helps transition individuals (and their families) that have been incarcerated as they seek to rebuild their lives.

Anchor Her
Faith-centered nonprofit to embrace, empower and ignite women impacted by incarceration, domestic violence, and addiction.

The Hope Center of KC
Outreach, leadership and community development rooted in the east side of KC to develop healthy communities where the vulnerable can have hope and flourish.

Cherith Brook Catholic Worker
Residential Christian community committed to regularly feeding the hungry, clothing the naked, giving drink to the thirsty, welcoming the stranger, visiting the prisoner and the sick in the name of Jesus.

City Union Mission
Committed to sharing the gospel and meeting the spiritual, physical, and emotional needs of men, women, and children who are poor or homeless.

Falling Forward
Supports patients recovering from catastrophic medical issues and provides funding that allows patients to continue their rehabilitation, to recover to their fullest potential, and to move forward in their lives.

The Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome Network Inc.
Not-for-profit support group for people and families dealing with Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome (HPS) and related disorders such as Chediak Higashi Syndrome.

Hope Faith Ministries
Day center dedicated to meeting the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of homeless and impoverished men, women and children in Kansas City.

Mountain of Fire Baptist Church and Ministries
Ministry in Kamanga compound and Chipata province in Zambia, Africa.

National Orange Popsicle Week
Non-profit who builds and supports the community of young stroke survivors and their loved ones by raising awareness and contributing to ongoing research of stroke in young people.