“Mommy, I’m hungry.”
There are still too many children and parents within Denton County who are going to bed at night feeling hungry. Help us relieve food insecurity among Denton County residents.
In spite of government assistance programs, 1 of 8 people struggle with hunger. And 1
in 6 children may not know where they will get their next meal. Nearly 6 million Senior
Citizens currently face hunger in America.
The Salvation Army in Lewisville provides a free nutritious lunch in it’s dining room every
weekday to anyone who is hungry. It also partners with churches in Denton County to
provide a free lunch on Sunday at the Lewisville location. And it operates a local food
pantry. Needy individuals and families from throughout Denton County have benefited
from the Salvation Army’s outreach.
Despite the improving economy, the number of Denton County residents experiencing
food insecurity continues to increase. Too many children, adults and senior citizens are hungry when the day ends. These people need your help. The Salvation Army needs your help.
Introducing the “U-CAN Make a Difference” Project.
The Salvation Army-Lewisville needs to replenish its inventory of non-perishable canned
goods frequently every month to support its kitchen operation and food pantry. A $17.00
contribution will enable the Salvation Army to purchase one case containing 12 larger cans of soups, veggies, fruits, bean, etc.
Will you please consider sending a donation for this important project. Donations can
be make by personal check or money order. Make donations payable to:
206 West Main Street
Lewisville, TX 75057
*All donations are tax deductible.
“U-Can Make a Difference” in the lives of residents living in Denton County who are
dealing with food insecurity.
206 West Main Street
Lewisville, Texas 75057
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