Help support The Salvation Army's relief efforts amid the coronavirus outbreak

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Cadet Amber Herzog, Captain Jared Arnold other cadets from the College for Officer Training load cases of water as part of large supply kits that local Salvation Army units can distribute to those in need in the wake of the COVID-19 emergency.

In uncertain times, you can be certain of this: The Salvation Army is serving those most in need with help and hope.

Please consider joining KOMO News, STAR 101.5 and 570 KVI in supporting The Salvation Army's local relief efforts in response to the coronavirus outbreak in our community.


As COVID-19 impacts the Northwest, The Salvation Army is increasing efforts to provide basic needs to our most vulnerable neighbors. The Salvation Army are already experiencing a 30% increase in requested services for our neighbors in need, particularly those that are experiencing a loss in wages during this difficult time. They anticipate the number of people in need will continue to increase and are here to serve but they need your help.

Thanks to continued donations, The Salvation Army is helping those affected by COVID19 - those who have lost wages, who have no home to retreat to, who need food, help with utilities, and most of all, hope.

To donate and see how you can continue to make a difference, visit - your donations stay local to help those in need right here in the Northwest.


Learn more about The Salvation Army here.

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