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December 14, 2013

Firefighters collect toys for local kids


In addition to providing toys to children of low-income families, The Salvation Army has several anti-poverty and homelessness prevention programs including rent and utility assistance, an emergency food pantry, and free community meals offered twice each week.

The Salvation Army has nearly 200 Greater Newburyport families signed up for this year’s holiday assistance program and is still taking applications.

The Salvation Army reports that all contributions made to this program remain within the Greater Newburyport area. Donations of new, unwrapped toys can be brought to The Salvation Army’s office at 40 Water St. Financial contributions made out to The Salvation Army can be dropped off, mailed, or made online at

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