Salvation closes building to visitors, but continues to help
The Salvation Army is closing its building's door, but there are no plans to stop helping the community.
Those in need of food can call the office and complete the application over the phone.
When it’s time for food packages to be picked up, the staff will deliver it to vehicles.
They also will be offering a new service starting Wednesday.
“From 10 to 2, if people call the office and they are senior citizens or disabled we will actually deliver food to them,” says Salvation Army corps administrator Roy Fisher.
The Salvation Army is also seeking monetary donations to offer rent and utility assistance to those who have been laid off because of the pandemic.