Salvation Army of Detroit offering holiday help

Published On: Nov 12 2012 06:46:49 PM EST
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DETROIT -

With the holiday’s right around the corner, the Salvation Army is stepping up to help those in need.

The Salvation Army of Detroit will begin accepting applications for Christmas assistance on Nov. 12.

Those living in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties are eligible for assistance.

Families with children, individuals with special needs and senior citizens can apply for assistance to receive food, food gift cards and toys.

The program runs through Dec. 14, but early applications are strongly recommended.

Applicants must bring a picture ID for each household adult, birth certificates for household children and a current utility bill, as well as proof of household income and expenses.

Contact local offices for exacts dates and times:

Dearborn Heights - (313) 563-4457          

Detroit:                                                            

Denby - (313) 537-2130                      

Grandale - (313) 835-3736                            

Harbor Light - (313) 361-6136              

Harding - (313) 822-2800                    

Temple - (313) 897-2914                     

Farmington Hills - (248) 477-1153

Mt. Clemens - (586) 469-6712

Plymouth - (734) 453-5464

Pontiac - (248) 334-2407

Royal Oak - (248) 585-5600

Warren - (586) 754-7400

Wayne/Westland - (734) 722-3660

Wyandotte - (734) 282-0930

For more information call (248) 443-5500 or visit www.salmich.org.

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