THANK YOU... Salvation Army Copper Coast Corps Captain Karen Armstrong is overwhelmed by the continuous support from the Yorke Peninsula community, especially during the Red Shield Appeal. Donations go towards facilities such as the Salvos’ shower and laundry block, which is open to anyone in need. The facilities plus toiletries, towels and washing powder are provided at 1 Port Road, Kadina; call 8821 3366 to ask for access — you can remain anonymous. THANK YOU... Salvation Army Copper Coast Corps Captain Karen Armstrong is overwhelmed by the continuous support from the Yorke Peninsula community, especially during the Red Shield Appeal. Donations go towards facilities such as the Salvos’ shower and laundry block, which is open to anyone in need. The facilities plus toiletries, towels and washing powder are provided at 1 Port Road, Kadina; call 8821 3366 to ask for access — you can remain anonymous.

Salvos are overwhelmed by local support

FUNDS collected on Yorke Pen­insula during The Salvation Army’s Red Shield Appeal are up by 41 per cent from the previous year, despite not reaching the $15,000 target.

The iconic fundraiser during April, May and June, included the Red Shield doorknock on Saturday and Sunday, May 26-27.

Salvation Army Copper Coast Corps Captain Karen Armstrong said she was blown away by the support of the Yorke Peninsula community and couldn’t thank everyone who donated enough.

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