The Salvation Army provides breakfast to anyone in need Monday through Friday

 

The Salvation Army continues to provide traditional social services to those they serve, including food and shelter, during these unprecedented times. In Fort Collins, The Salvation Army has seen the needs of those they serve increase. So far in 2020, they have served 1,773 breakfasts and have given out 1,836 sack lunches. In addition, they provide a safe space to eat and rest.

The Fort Collins Salvation Army is in urgent need of items that allow them to safely serve breakfast to anyone in need. These items include plastic silverware, paper bowls, paper napkins, disposable coffee cups and ground coffee.

“As the COVID-19 crisis is heightened by the growing economic situation, our purpose remains steadfast,” says Daniel J. Whipple, Captain, Divisional Youth & Candidates’ Secretary, The Salvation Army Intermountain Division. “We are here to help our neighbors. If you need help or would like to help, please contact us. We’re here for our Larimer County community.”

The Salvation Army will accept the needed food-serving items as well as food and hygiene donations from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday – Friday at their location – 3901 South Mason Street, Fort Collins. To get learn how you can help, the public can call 855-768-7977.

Learn more and give at fortcollins.salvationarmy.org or salarmy.us/IMcovidinfo.