It’s Christmastime For The Salvation Army

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and some people became unemployed, The Salvation Army has ramped up their efforts to help the community. The winter and Christmas season is usually a busy time for the organization anyway, and this year they are unable to fundraise in person as much because of COVID-19.“We are anticipating not being able to be in many locations ringing those bells this year,” Corps Officer Michael Cox said. There is a virtual kettle for donations already available.“Our food boxes, we’re already seeing a 90 percent increase in the food boxes we give out,” Cox explained.

Source: MG News

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