Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we are quickly adapting to the needs of those struggling in the Buffalo Community. Our Shelter for Homeless Families is continuing to provide a safe place for families as they navigate the challenges that COVID-19 brings. Our Emergency Disaster Services team is out serving our first responders as they keep our community safe. Even though some of our face-to-face programs are closed, we are still providing food, personal care items and meeting the needs of our Golden Age Center Seniors and Pathway of Hope clients.
Our Food Pantries remain open and available for those struggling to put food on the table for their families – some of our pantries have expanded their service hours and days to meet the needs of their community. Food insecurity has grown tremendously since the beginning of the pandemic; in some areas, we have served over four times the normal amount of families.
During such chaos, separation and uncertainty, The Salvation Army is here to help our community when there may not be anywhere else to turn. During a three-week period, we have assisted 4,712 individuals who were struggling in our community.
Thank you for your support of our mission – without your generosity, we wouldn’t be able to help those struggling in our community. By supporting The Salvation Army, you are giving hundreds of families in the Buffalo Area HOPE.