Truck-Sized Food Donation From Universal Studios to The Salvation Army Orlando, Florida

March 19, 2020
Christopher Priest | chris.priest@uss.salvationarmy.org | (678) 485-4735

Atlanta, GA. With the closure of Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, perishable food items have been donated to The Salvation Army in Orlando. A second truck load of apples, oranges, potatoes, and other fresh produce is greatly assisting Salvation Army staff to help those affected by the Covid 19 outbreak, shelter residents and drop-in clients in need.

"We have been serving the populations most vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic, the homeless and senior citizens each day. This generous donation means we can serve so many more in need." says Captain Ken Chapman, Area Commander, Orlando. 

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