Anonymous $250,000 donation to help the Salvation Army’s response to coronavirus pandemic

The Salvation Army of Savannah said on Monday, May 5, that it has received a $250,000 donation through the Savannah Community Foundation. The donation is from an anonymous donor to help build for the future as it anticipates further increases in a need for its services in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic, according to the Salvation Army.

In the press release, the nonprofit agency said that $150,000 of the donation will go towards the urgently needed renovation of Salvation Army’s Community Center on Bee Road where the roof of the 27-year-old building is in a serious condition of disrepair and is impacting on its future as a safe gathering place.

Due to the pandemic, the community center is currently being used as an…

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