Salvation Army serves Thanksgiving meals 'to-go' in New Brunswick

Nov 27, 2020 | by My Central Jersey

From My Central Jersey:

For several hours Thursday morning volunteers handed out packaged breakfasts and sandwiches prepared in the Corps kitchen and served from the Salvation Army canteen on Handy Street in the back of the parking lot. Turkeys also were given out.  

Volunteers also provided a cup of coffee, and/or carton of juice and a bag containing cutlery, condiments and napkins.

The Salvation Army of New Jersey continues to see severe food insecurity statewide as a result to the pandemic, with heightened needs in New Brunswick.

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