Pathway of Hope

For local families left struggling to afford food, shelter and other basic necessities following more than a year of the pandemic, the Salvation Army of Michigan City has its Pathway of Hope program already in place to offer assistance.

MICHIGAN CITY — As the world continues to move toward a new “normal” following more than a year of pandemic-related changes, many families are left struggling to afford food, shelter and basic necessities.

Fortunately for local families facing such issues, the Salvation Army of Michigan City already had its Pathway of Hope program in place.

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