Salvation Army to Serve Up Feast for Philly’s Homeless

Volunteers will serve an estimated 500 of the city’s homeless Sunday

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    Donations made at Salvation Army kettles are used year-round to help social service programs.

    The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia will serve a special feast to 500 of the city’s homeless and underprivileged families as part of their Share Hope Christmas campaign Sunday.

    More than 75 volunteers will team up with students and instructors from The Restaurant School at Walnut Hill College to serve a home-cooked meal at the Temple Corps Community Center located at 1340 Brown Street from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.

    Organizers say they are still in need of donations this holiday season. Their iconic red kettles are now positioned at locations across the area until December 24th.

    For more details or to donate, click here.