The Salvation Army is being affected by the pandemic as much as any service in Mile Zero.
“We are doing things differently, as many are right now,” says Deris Fillier with the Dawson Creek Sally Ann.
“We have decent amount of stock, and we are seeing a huge increase in the numbers of new citizens using the food bank service,” Fillier said.
"I want our citizens to know we are open and working as hard as we can to keep hampers, said Fillier highlighting the items she has concerns about.
“Right now our produce and fresh goods are very low, we could use more support to keep hampers with more fresh food, but I would like to thank our community for the generosity and support during these times."
At this time the Salvation Army is no longer accepting clothing donations.