Salvation Army Offers Help to Shutdown-Affected Workers
The local Salvation Army wants federal workers affected by the government shutdown to know they are ready to help.
Officials with the Hannibal and Quincy Salvation Army remind federal workers who missed their first paycheck Friday that the Army can be of help in a number of ways.
The Hannibal Family Services office, serving is in the Salvation Army Family Store in the Steamboat Bend Shopping Center. The Hannibal food pantry is open 10 a.m. till noon Monday through Friday, with general assistance available weekdays from 1 to 4 p.m.
The Hannibal office serves residents in Marion, Ralls, Lewis, Shelby and Monroe counties in Northeast Missouri.
The Quincy Salvation Army serves residents in Adams, Pike and Brown counties at 501 Broadway. Along with food pantry and general assistance services, the Quincy location has a bread line from 9 to 10:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
The Salvation Army also offers other services, from utility assistance to vouchers for clothing and household supplies and transportation.
For more information about the Hannibal and Quincy Salvation Army, go to salvationarmyquincy.org.