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Salvation Army financial situation needs help due to outgoing assistance
Between recent flooding and budget cuts, the Salvation Army's financial resources have become depleted.
Over the last year and a half they've given more in services than they've received in donations, providing flood victims with basic necessities cost about 200,000 dollars.
In the past 18 months, the organization has lost 66-thousand dollars in funding due to budget cuts.
If the financial situation doesn't change soon, the number of people the Salvation Army helps will be affected.
We had some cuts with United Way this year, we are going to try and readjust our programs.
We are going to have to reduce some of the services that we have been able to offer at that level.
If you would like to help, items can be dropped off at the thrift store on North Davis Highway.
Cash donations are accepted at the office on North "Q" Street.