The Salvation Army Hosts Drive-Thru Pantry
Neighbors in Need Get Contactless Help at Six Flags Mondays in October
(Glens Falls, New York, October 1, 2020) – The Salvation Army of Glens Falls, in cooperation with USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program, is offering a contactless drive-thru food distribution on Monday’s in October.
- Starting on Monday October 5 and continuing the 12th & 19th from 10am- 12pm in the Six Flags parking lot located at 33 Round Pond Rd in Queensbury. The drive-thru is open to anyone in need and meant to ensure everyone has access to necessary supplemental food in these challenging times.
The USDA Farmers to Families Food Box program is helping to distribute fresh food like produce, meat and dairy to families to ensure that all Americans have access to fresh wholesome food they need during the COVID-19 national emergency.
This effort complements work already being done by The Salvation Army of Glens Falls and is a collaborative effort. Joining the Salvation Army are City of Glens Falls, Warren County, Tri- County United Way, Adirondack Regional Chamber of Commerce along with Six Flags. Volunteers are needed to help out please register at the Tri-County United Way volunteer portal
This event is open to anyone in need of food. It is first come, first serve. All volunteers will follow CDC guidelines by wearing appropriate masks and gloves while actively practicing social distancing.