Salvation Army given new food truck

The new truck will continue to help with services such as weekly food distribution.

The Salvation Army received the gift of a new truck thanks to the work of the Young Entrepreneurs Society and the Salvation Army’s Addictions and Rehabilitation Centre.

The new truck will continue to help with services such as weekly food distribution.

“Food picked up by our trucks does not only assist The Salvation Army in feeding the homeless and our clients from this centre, but has been an integral part of the food distribution network of this community for a number of years – freely sharing with other shelters and food banks in the area,” said Maj. Brian Slous, executive director of the Johnson Street Addictions and Rehab Centre.

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