When a soup kitchen closed, Salvation Army in Augusta filled the gap

A staff member of the Master’s Table in Augusta, Georgia, recently was diagnosed with COVID-19, forcing the soup kitchen to shut down for cleaning and everyone working there to quarantine – and putting its clientele at risk of hunger. The Salvation Army stepped up to the challenge.

“Some of the people who go to the Master’s Table for lunch are the same folks who come to our Center of Hope for dinner,” said Major Douglas McClure, Augusta area commander and senior Kroc Center officer. “These are…

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