In these days of social distancing, The Salvation Army in Seminole County (Sanford, Florida) is still committed to connecting with their community.
Over the course of several days, Salvation Army pastors and employees dropped off care packages on the doorsteps of church members and program participants, and even took boxes to a local assisted living facility for seniors that may be feeling the effects of isolation more acutely than others.
The care packages included food bags, water, snacks, activity books, cards, and other personal items.
“We have loved our people from afar,” says Major Julia Tarnue, Administrator for The Salvation Army serving Seminole County. “Smiles, hand waves and “hugs” through windows are not the norm, but I feel we are more connected than ever!”
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