During the darkest times of the pandemic, Amy was driving back from the grocery store with a car full of food and supplies for her and her family when she spotted a line of people waiting for food at The Salvation Army. She called the location and learned how many people were out of work and in need of basic resources.
“It broke my heart,” Amy explained. “I live a mile down the road, and these are our neighbors. There had to be something we could do.”
Amy organized a massive community food drive and brought the food to her local Salvation Army food bank.
“This has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life,” she said. “I couldn’t be more grateful for being able to contribute to The Salvation Army’s work.”