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Even though The Salvation Army thrift shop is closed, and many other programs have stopped, we are still providing assistance to Seymour and district.
Just in a different way.
In Seymour we are still finding inventive ways to assist people. From the outside it may look like our buildings are closed but we are still available and still operating to help those in need.
Please don’t hesitate to call us if you need assistance.
We are streaming a Sunday service online. Check out our Seymour Salvos Facebook page for information.
We want to thank the many members of our community who are providing essential services at risk to themselves.
It’s great to see so many people who are being kind to others. It is the little things that make a big difference and will help us get through this time.
Many of you have supported us to be able to help others and to continue our community meal in a takeaway form.
Stay safe and stay home. We will get through this together.
Please phone us on 5799 2583 for assistance.
By Seymour Salvation Army Captains Heather Stamp and Michelle Myles