Looks like the Salvation Army in Spokane has some good leftovers.
On Tuesday it gave away more than 8,000 turkeys, along with Thanksgiving Day meal fixings, and today the nonprofit will give away even more.
“Due to the generosity of the community, The Salvation Army will continue their Thanksgiving meal distribution” until 6 tonight in its Family Resource Food Bank, 204 E. Indiana Ave., the agency announced in a press release.
What’s required? Identification for all family members and proof of address. Medical coupons work best to identify the children in the home.
“Anyone with a need is invited to come. No one will be turned away as long as they have identification,” said Captain Kyle Smith, Spokane’s Salvation Army Corps Officer.
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