Greenville Losing Salvation Army Corps

GREENVILLE, MS (Ben Caxton) — Days after announcing the cancellation of the popular Angel Tree program for Christmas, the Salvation Army has announced they will be closing their Greenville facility permanently. Financial hardships brought on by decreased donations is apparently the main cause. In addition to canceling the Christmas program, the Greenville Corp earlier eliminated five paid positions – a cook, social services employee, driver/maintenance person, accountant clerk, and human resources director. The Alabama, Louisiana, and Mississippi Division of the Salvation Army instead will be opening a new facility at 121 South Davis Street in Cleveland next mon that will serve Bolivar, Coahoma, Humphreys, Quitman, Sunflower, and Washington Counties.



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