Church donates $5.5 million to 5 key relief agencies in the U.S.

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The fight against COVID-19 has seen the church donate an amount of $5.5 million. This donation has been distributed among 5 key relief agencies.

The main purpose of this donation is to help feed thousands of people across the country, buying personal protective equipment and health products.

Monitored on the church newsroom, these 5 key agencies are as follows:

Convoy of Hope (Springfield, Illinois)
They will use the Church’s donation to distribute food to those in need, largely in the Midwest.

Feeding America (Chicago, Illinois)
This nationwide network of food pantries, soup kitchens, and shelters will use this money to assist in the country’s hardest-hit areas.

Partnership With Native Americans (Addison, Texas)
This organization will use the Church’s donation to purchase food, water and personal health products for reservations, mostly throughout the western U.S.

The Salvation Army (Alexandria, Virginia)
They will use the Church’s donation to provide food, personal protective equipment, and hygiene items in locations throughout the U.S.

United Way (Alexandria, Virginia)
These funds will provide relief to many communities in the U.S.

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