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The Salvation Army Lincoln Corps is actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and taking proactive measures to protect the health and well-being of the people we serve and our staff.  We take our role serving those in need seriously and we are committed to our mission to get food to all families in need especially during disasters such as the Coronavirus.

We continue to offer food pantry, household items, diapers, gas vouchers, clothing, laundry vouchers, bus passes and utility assistance.   Food and financial insecurities are a heartbreaking struggle that is affecting the Lincoln community.  The Salvation Army strives to relieve this suffering by providing services during this pandemic. 

The Salvation Army is taking a preventative approach to minimize risks to all those we serve and our employees.  Some of the additional preventative steps include increased sanitization of high-touch surfaces throughout their facilities, increased sanitization and glove use procedures for staff and those served and more.

At this time, we maintaining staffing for essential functions and will remain open as much as possible in order to provide to those we serve.

Monetary donations and food donations are welcomed and needed at this time to continue to serve our community.  Food donations can be dropped off at The Salvation Army (2625 Potter Street).  Monetary donations can be dropped off or mailed in.

Due to the importance of limiting group sizes, After-School Program, Small Fry Basketball and other programming has been suspended until further notice.