The Cleaning Authority CARES Collection Yields 2,730 Pounds Of Food For Local Salvation Army

The Cleaning Authority CARES Collection Yields 2,730 Pounds Of Food For Local Salvation Army

This summer, The Cleaning Authority of Alexandria collected 2,730 pounds of food for the Salvation Army and Rising Hope Mission Church. The most recent food collection from The Cleaning Authority of Alexandria is now the largest summertime donation to The Salvation Army of Alexandria. The office was highlighted, along with the Salvation Army, in the Alexandria News for their great efforts. “It was a genius and easy way to raise the level of donations to our food pantry,” Salvation Army Lieutenant Corps Officer Nathan Bridges said of the initiative. “We are so thankful for this collection.” Click on the image below to read the full article.

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