A rental assistance program in the Ozarks is in critical need.
The Salvation Army in Springfield has launched a new rental/assistance fundraiser.
A spokesman says the organization is out of money for help in Greene County and has very little left for Christian County and that community’s assistance is crucial as we work to keep individuals and families housed.
(Information provided by the Salvation Army in Springfield)
The Salvation Army in Springfield, MO has set up a fundraising campaign to raise funding for its rental assistance program, which serves Christian and Greene Counties. Currently, we are out of funding for assistance in Greene County and have very little funds left for Christian County and the community’s assistance is crucial as we work to keep individuals and families housed.
Through our fundraising platform, individuals can donate to this specific cause. They also have the option of joining our team – hosting their own fundraising site through the Salvation Army, which they can then share with their family, friends and business contacts.
The current fundraiser is part of the Salvation Army’s Fundraise For Good Peer to Peer fundraising platform where individuals can create their own fundraiser to support a cause that’s important to them and provide hope to those in need in their community benefiting their local Salvation Army.