Albany’s Salvation Army taking aim at hunger during COVID-19 crisis

ALBANY, Ga. – The Albany Salvation Army says hunger has become a real problem in Albany in the midst of the COVID 19 crisis.

To address the issue, the organization is holding a food distribution Thursday morning. The Salvation Army will continue to distribute food for the next six Thursdays. The Salvation Army said hunger has become a much more difficult problem, especially since the Dougherty County School System stopped providing meals for students. “We just think the greater need is here since we are a hotspot. But also because the schools…

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