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The Salvation Army in Traverse City Needs to Fill Food Pantry

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The Salvation Army of Traverse City is looking to fill it's food pantry.

The Salvation Army is asking local residents to help restock the depleted pantry. 

"The Salvation Army continues to be committed to serving the needs of the local community and we are confident that the citizens of Traverse City will continue their support of The Salvation Army food pantry. With the increased need throughout the year, we are looking to our community to help us meet our goal of restocking our food pantry this fall," said Captain Daren Spencer. 

You can support The Salvation Army food pantry by calling 231-946-4644 or by dropping off non-perishable food items to:

The Salvation Army Traverse City
1239 Barlow St.
Traverse City, MI 49686

Or by sending financial gifts directly to The Salvation Army in Traverse City. 

 

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