For millions of Americans experiencing urgent need, The Salvation Army is their first stop for help. It is no different in Wake County as in response to this pandemic, The Salvation Army of Wake County has been providing food through its Food Pantry Program and Soup Line. It moved 30 families out of its shelter temporarily into comfortable rooms where they can safely practice social distancing. TSA Wake County is also providing emotional and spiritual support.
TSA Wake County is asking people to join the Fight for Good Tuesday, May 5 by providing hope and help to those impacted by the coronavirus.
With increased demand for aid expected to continue over the coming weeks, months, and potentially years, ongoing public support will be needed to ensure basic necessities are fulfilled.
Although this is an unprecedented time in our history, facing stark realities is not new for The Salvation Army. Throughout its 13-year ministry in Wake County, it has delivered programming rooted in hope, which is a critical component to overcoming adversity.
The greatest need right now is providing food assistance for those experiencing food insecurity, as well as continuing to allow for our 30 families to stay in their comfortable rooms.
Click here to make a donation on Giving Tuesday as TSA Wake County continues to provide for those who need assistance during COVID-19 pandemic.