Salvation Army responds to growing demand with food and fellowship
Everyone runs into hard times, and some have it worse than others. It is always nice to receive help, and the Salvation Army has always provided a helping hand for those in need.
“We provided 2,536 food boxes last year,” Salvation Army’s Case Manager of Social Services Kelly Zach said. “A lot of those are return people that come back every month. It might be because their Social Security has decreased. Medicare has taken more out, (and) a lot our clients are older people. No one is denied services when they walk in our door.”
The food boxes are made up of a variety of different foods, including rice, juice and canned goods. Their food pantry is currently full, but that is not always the case. Usually they receive a rush once a month.
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