Salvation Army's mobile feeding program continues
The Salvation Army in Hastings continues to serve the community in multiple ways, this time serving meals to families.
The Summer Mobile Feeding Program typically runs in July and August but was started earlier this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Someone simply needs to show up to where the food truck is set up, say how many people are in their household and will leave with that many meals.
There are no restrictions, requirements or limitations. The only question that gets asked is "how many people live in your household?".
"The mission of the Salvation Army is to serve the need without questions or without any restrictions," Major Dale Brandenburg of the Salvation Army said. "We don't look at race, color, creed anything like that. Our mission is to just reach the lost and the needy."
The program runs Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on H-Street behind Stuff N' Storage in Hastings.
On the first Monday following Fourth of July, the Salvation Army is hoping it can continue to set up on H-Street but then move to a location on Pine Street from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m.
If you'd like to donate to the Salvation Army you can do so by visiting the location in person or send a check addressed to 400 South Burlington Avenue.