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The Chattanooga Area Salvation Army Food Pantry Dangerously Empty!

The Salvation Army food pantry located within its Social Services office at 2140 East 28th Street, alerted administration it is not capable of putting together one complete food box for a family.  “We have odds and ends, a can here or there, but not enough to put together three full meals in a food box,” shares Sandy Leavell, Director of Social Services for The Salvation Army.  “We are desperately needing the community to donate food!”

The Salvation Army is asking the community to step forward and donate non-perishable food items.  Popular items include: proteins like peanut butter, canned meats, beans, and chili.  All items can be brought to The Salvation Army located at 822 McCallie Avenue or to the Social Services Office located at 2140 East 28th Street 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM, Monday – Friday. TSA Winter Pictures- disc 1 171

If your church, business or school would like to do a donation drive, please contact Jennifer Fisher at 423-756-1023 or click here.  Donations may be made online at www.csarmy.org, by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY or by mail to: The Salvation Army, 822 McCallie Avenue, Chattanooga, TN, 37403.  For more information contact Kimberly George at 423-756-1023 or by email to Kimberly_George@uss.salvationarmy.org.

Food Drive Suggested Items:

  • Dairy:
  • Canned low-sodium cream-based soups
  • Dehydrated eggs
  • Dehydrated milk
  • Fruits:
  • Canned fruit or fruit cups packed in water
  • Dried fruit such as raisins and cranberries
  • Grains:
  • Boxed macaroni & cheese
  • Crackers – whole-wheat or white, any brand or size
  • Flour tortillas – whole-wheat or white
  • Granola bars of any kind or pre-packaged granola
  • Grits
  • Oatmeal
  • Pasta noodles – whole-wheat or white, any shape or size
  • Pop-corn – microwaveable
  • Pre-packaged crackers – with cheese or peanut butter
  • Rice – whole-wheat, wild or white
  • Other:
  • Baking supplies – flour, sugar and cornmeal
  • Condensed milk
  • Cooking oils – olive, canola, peanut or others low in saturated fat
  • Low-sodium broth/stock – any flavor in cartons, jars or in cube form
  • Low-sodium dehydrated soups mixes
  • Low-sodium seasonings, spices and herbs
  • Protein:
  • Canned chicken or fish
  • Canned low-sodium soups with meat
  • Dried or canned beans
  • Nuts of any kind with low or no salt
  • Peanut butter
  • Vegetables:
  • Canned low-sodium vegetables and soups
  • Canned tomatoes – sauce, whole, crushed, peeled
  • Dried or canned beans
  • Jars of spaghetti sauce with or without meat
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