Salvation Army of High Point gets needed help to continue offering emergency assistance


HIGH POINT, N.C. — The world is in a time of crisis, and for organizations that rely on donations to be able to realize their mission, there’s an even greater strain.

For the Salvation Army of High Point, shutting down wasn’t an option, even during a shutdown.

As people had to modify their lives around new restrictions, staying at home and job loss, the Salvation Army had to make some changes of their own.

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