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The Salvation Army and City of Augusta Continue to Battle Homelessness Amid Pandemic

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The Salvation Army and the city of Augusta are attempting to meet the homelessness crisis headlong, despite the need for more funding.

According to a Salvation Army report, in the past year the Center of Hope Shelter and Soup Kitchen provided 25,000 beds, over 75,000 meals and successfully trans...

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