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In times of great distress, we are committed to being a beacon of hope and healing as we have for more than 150 years.
While everyone is impacted by the current outbreak, people living in poverty, or paycheck to paycheck will feel the effects quicker and more significantly. In Boone County 18.7% of the population is living in poverty. That’s over 32,000 residents. These are our neighbors. With an expected spike in requests for help over the coming weeks, months and potentially years, ongoing public support will be needed to ensure that services are available.
There are many ways you can help individuals and families in our community. Click the heart below to give. Make sure to leave a comment that your gift is for COVID-19 Response.
Or mail a gift to The Salvation Army, P.O. Box 1864, Columbia, MO 65205. Make sure to note for COVID-19 Response.
Gift-in-kind donations of disinfectant wipes, bleach, or Lysol spray can be delivered to our shelter, Harbor House at 602 North Ann Street in Columbia.
Thank you for helping your neighbor. Thank you for Doing the Most Good.
For questions regarding what The Salvation Army is doing to help during the COVID-19 pandemic, how your donation will help, or any other questions please contact Lori Benson, Director of Community Relations & Volunteers at 573.442.3229, ext. 222 or Lori.Benson@usc.salvationarmy.org