WMHA SUPPORTS SALVATION ARMY, News (Wallaceburg Minor Hockey Association )

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Nov 15, 2016 | tcogghe | 4670 views
This year in place of gate fees at the Mark Weese Tyke Fun Festival we are accepting donations to our local Salvation Army Food bank.

To help out here are a few things that are always a staple for the food bank.

Pasta, Rice and Sauces

Canned Meats, Fish

Peanut Butter

Canned Goods ( beans, soups, stews)

Canned Fruit and Vegetables

Flour, Cereals

Dish Soap, Laundry Soup, Body Soap

Juice Boxes, School Snacks (Peanut Free)


In Wallaceburg the Salvation Army is able to assist the community with utility assistance, shelter and food assistance. They are diligent in providing a non-judgmental environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.  It is because of such giving communities that they are able to bring help to those in need. They cannot do this work without you.

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