Hope Kitchen Fund
The kitchen of The Salvation Army serves homeless and impoverished individuals and families of the Smith County area. In the past year, 1486 unduplicated individuals have stayed in The Salvation Army shelter, including 226 children. Sitting at a table with a hot meal before them offers the comfort and stability that many have been missing. Those who stay in our Center of Hope shelter, whether for one night or several weeks, receive three meals a day. In late 2016, we were compelled to reduce the meals served to the public from three to one. Now only the evening meal is open to all. For shelter residents who work, a sack lunch is prepared to help them save more of their hard-earned money. Late meals are set aside for those who work past the dinner hour. On average, 3062 meals per week are served. Healthy snacks are prepared for the After-School participants and the Reconnect clients. Our goal is to be sure that all receive healthy, nutritious meals regardless of circumstances or work schedules.
Captain Jeremy Walker firstname.lastname@example.org
Captain Michelle Walker email@example.com
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