Salvation Army Meets Needs of Unpaid Federal Workers Awaiting Shutdown Relief

The Salvation Army has seen pleas for help spike since the government shutdown began a month ago and has expanded food pantry hours and resources to meet the need.Families are struggling, officials said Friday, even as news broke of a plan to reopen the government and pay thousands of furloughed workers."We find ourselves stepping in the best way we know how and leveraging the resources that we have to be able to support what our neighbors need," said Blake Fetterman, executive director of the Carr P. Collins Social Services Center  Continue reading...

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