Salvation Army of Siouxland helps community during the holiday season

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SIOUX CITY (KTIV) – The Salvation Army of Siouxland is doing all it can do to help those in need during this holiday season.

The Salvation Army and the Food Bank of Siouxland have a partnership where the Salvation Army gets produce from the Food Bank of Siouxland on a weekly basis.

This week, pallets of potatoes and oranges were brought to the Salvation Army.

The food is all free for anyone to have.

The Salvation Army has many different events and programs which help the community during the holiday season.

“It’s the holiday season, we’re definitely out in full force we have our bell ringing campaign, and that’s over a third of our yearly budget and we hope people will give generously to that. We also this time of year we’ve signed up families to receive holiday food baskets as well as toys for kids,” says Chris Clarke, Captain at the Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army is still looking for bell-ringing volunteers.

If you would like to volunteer, visit

Hannah Norton

Hannah Norton

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