The Salvation Army kept serving then... and we're still serving now.
The Salvation Army of Spokane is still serving our community. We cannot, for both practical and spiritual reasons, go on hiatus from serving others. We have two emergency foster care houses on our campus, Sally's House and Evangeline's House. People are still hungry. Your neighbors are still getting off the streets. The Salvation Army marches on. We're asking you to come with us.
Our costs are increasing as we need more staff to provide support and care to those in our community who are out of work from businesses shutting down. In these times, The Salvation Army Food Bank will be serving more people than ever.
Additionally, we need more supplies for personal and community cleanliness. We're also in need of more volunteers as we build each guest a personalized food box which serves their needs but keeps everyone healthy by maintaining appropriate social distance.
Support staffing is needed to care for our campus' foster children who are not in school. Simultaneously, we are increase our staff hours to provide child care to our working families. With the schools closed, our employed residents don't have the means to provide child care.
Partner with us by making a donation to serve those who are the most at-risk from the tangential effects of the COVID-19 virus.
When giving, please note in the "leave a comment" box "for the salvation army of spokane" to help your neighbors.
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