The Salvation Army has announced the closure of its thrift store in Mountain Home until further notice due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.Corps Assistant Bryan Brinlee of the local Salvation Army explains the closure.
The Salvation Army will continue to aid citizens in the Twin Lakes Area, Brinlee says.
Last year, the Salvation Army’s social services came in contact with 6,380 people, providing and distributing 770 food boxes, according to Brinlee. In contrast, just over 200 people received utility assistance.
Those needing food should reach out to the Salvation Army by calling 870-424-5708 to make an appointment. Brinlee adds applicants don’t even have to come in the building. Food can be brought to their car as a protective measure.
With the closing of the thrift store, donations will become even more important for the relief agency.
The Salvation Army is located at 121 State Highway 201 North in Mountain Home.
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