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This is a snapshot of The Salvation Army's ongoing COVID-19 pandemic-relief efforts in the Omaha metro:
Meals served to food-insecure children and families in the Omaha metro as part of a multi-agency team led by the Food Bank for the Heartland
Food pantry orders filled for individuals and families from March 2020 through April 2021 (one order can feed up to two people for five days)
Grab-and-go lunches served at our North Worship and Service Center (North Corps) to people in need from March 2020 through January 2021
Activity kits (including books and educational games) distributed to families with school-aged children by the Omaha Kroc Center
Here at the Omaha-based Salvation Army Western Division, our officers, staff, and volunteers continue to provide additional support to communities throughout our three-state region (Nebraska, South Dakota, and western Iowa) amid the pandemic.
This additional support has taken many forms—from special food pantries to drive-thru backpack distributions to expanded rent/utility-bill assistance and much more—over the last year. Through it all, we have been taking extra steps to ensure the safety of everyone we serve. We have maintained close contact with governmental officials and community partners to both stay astride of the latest developments in the fight against COVID-19 and to better respond to emerging community needs as they arise.
We will continue these accelerated community-support efforts as needed going forward.
If you’re in need of assistance, please contact your local Salvation Army office.
As always, we are here to serve everyone—no matter what the time, place, or season.