IMPACT FROM 2013 The Second Annual Mother of All Happy Hours was held in 35 homes or businesses across Kansas City May 9, 2013. 
The impact from this effort was enough to build and maintain a store at the St. Margaret’s Housing Authority for an entire year. The 35 Happy Hours across the city tripled the donations from the previous year, with the following items:
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The Outcome: Mothers in this development live below the poverty line and most are single mothers. The Family Conservancy offered classes on topics such as healthy living, parenting and prenatal care. In exchange for attending these classes, mothers were given points to use to purchase items in the store. Items that may seem like basic necessities to most people like diapers, wipes and formula were available for mothers. This effort provided not only items needed to take care of their children, but also a sense of empowerment to be able 
to earn the items for themselves and their families. DONATE
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and many laundry baskets with new or gently used clothing, toys, books and much needed baby items.
IMPACT FROM 2012 The First Annual Mother of All Happy Hours was held in 16 homes or businesses across Kansas City May 17, 2012. The impact from this effort was enough to build and maintain a store at the Juniper Gardens housing development for an entire year. The 16 Happy Hours across the city generated the following items:
As well as bags full of towels, bibs, cups, spoons, blankets and bins and bins of new and gently used clothing.
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and numerous laundry baskets filled with new or gently used clothing, toys and much needed baby items. IMPACT FROM 2014 The Third Annual Mother of All Happy Hours was held in more than 65 homes or businesses across Kansas City on 
May 8, 2014. The 35 Happy Hours across the city tripled the donations from the previous year, with the following items:
Because of the generosity of Kansas City in 2014 this effort was enough to support 6 programs benefiting local families 
in need, including the flagship Mothers’ Market program. The programs include: The Mothers’ Market: Parents attend courses and are rewarded with “Parenting Dollars” they can then use to purchase necessities at the Mothers’ Market. Courses are built to improve the quality of parent child interaction, nutrition and healthy living skills to promote the health and safety of children.
HeadStart: Provide at risk children with the early education they need to start school ready to succeed.
Student Assistance: Provided Holiday and Graduation gifts and necessities for homeless teens.
Second Steps: Program to support 500 pre-schoolers increase social and emotional skills. Money used to prepare 
take-home crafts, educational materials, underwear. Moving Beyond Depression: Support 54 moms with depression. Provided personal gifts and program materials for moms to help them better adjust and connect with their children.
Counseling Services: Play therapy to help children express thoughts and feelings, develop resiliency, promote emotional healing and problem solving.