As the holiday season grows near, many Toledo OH families will be facing food and housing insecurity as a result of the pandemic. 2020 has given a lot of people financial troubles with businesses closing and mass layoffs. The Salvation Army predicts up to 155% more people than usual needing its assistance programs. If you are in a position in which you are able to help others this year, please consider donating to The Salvation Army through Mr. Storage in Toledo OH.
The Salvation Army’s Rescue Christmas assistance programs support local community members during their time of need. They help families pay for expenses like bills or groceries. They also support resources for homeless shelters and programs across the country. And during the Christmas season, the Angel Tree program allows anonymous donors to gift toys and clothes to kids who otherwise would not be able to get presents.
Additionally, COVID-19 also changed how The Salvation Army can fund its programs. Usually red kettles would be set up outside retailers to collect donations. But this year, there will fewer red kettles out, and, therefore, not as much funding (an expected 50% decrease). The Salvation Army needs our help now more than ever to assure it can provide holiday services to those who depend on it, especially those in our Toledo OH community.
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