Rotary gives to Salvation Army

The Rotary Club of Taylor recently heard from Stacy Stork from the Salvation Army. The Salvation Army is reportedly now a distributor of COVID-19 funds for people affected by the pandemic. Help goes toward people with rent troubles, laid off, furloughed or other troubles. During the meeting, the Rotary Club gave a check was as a gift to assist with the Salvation Army’s burn-out relief for residents whose homes are destroyed by fire in Taylor. Stork told the Rotary about what she does immediately following a fire, her presence on-site and the Salvation Army’s help afterward.

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