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Royal Farms Donates Water To Baltimore Residents

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Royal Farms is donating 2,100 gallons of water to help Salvation Army of Central Maryland supply water to those impacted by the E. coli bacteria tap-water situation in West Baltimore. The Salvation Army went through disaster emergency funds to purchase an additional 2,100 gallons of water.

“The Salvation Army is committed to assisting the most vulnerable in the community. In response to the crisis, The Salvation Army of Central Maryland is ready to provide an ample supply of potable water for residents living in the Sandtown-Winchester area and in the Mathew Henson Community area,” said Major Roger Glick, area commander of The Salvation Army of Central Maryland.

Approximately 4,200 gallons of water will be distributed to seniors and families Sept. 8-9 at the Sandtown-Winchester Senior Center at 1601 Baker St. The event is open to anyone affected by the E. coli outbreak but is most focused on West Baltimore residents.

“The people of West Baltimore, in many ways, need help. This community is one of our focus areas due to it being isolated from multiple resources most people take for granted. The Salvation Army wants to do our part with providing those resources to this community. Clean water is a right for all people. Our seniors in West Baltimore are so vulnerable and we want to make sure they have sustainable water to live in greater comfort,” said Nina Christian, director of social services for The Salvation Army of Central Maryland.

For more information about Royal Farms, visit royalfarms.com.

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