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"Hungry" is no way to spend childhood

Every day The Salvation Army helps cure hunger by providing nutritious meals to neighbors in need.

Here in Indiana, one out of six children face food insecurity.

The Salvation Army works to ensure that every member of our community has the food they need to thrive. If you face hunger, we want you to know that you are not alone.

How we help cure hunger

The Salvation Army in southern Elkhart County is able to help with the following Social Service needs the townships of Olive, Harrison, Elkhart, Clinton, Locke, Union, Jackson, Benton and Jefferson.  We help Concord residents within the city limits of Goshen.

The following assistance is available from the Goshen Salvation Army:

Food Assistance - given in an emergency situation, one can access the food pantry every sixty (60) days.

Those seeking assistance need to bring with them identification (such as a driver's license, green card, government ID, birth certificate, etc) for those seeking assistance.

We reserve the right to make final decisions as to the nature and amount of assistance given, or if assistance will be denied. Grounds for denial of service will be determined by The Salvation Army of Goshen, based on:  inaccurate or misleading information given by a client, a record of frequent assistance from us in a calendar year, or fraudulent use of our assistance forms or other items.

 Our goal, as a short-term emergency assistance agency, is to promote client independence.  Therefore, we try to avoid continuously repeating assistance to a particular client.

 

 

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