Salvation Army gearing up to help the community in the heat

The Salvation Army of Yuma is helping keep the community cool this summer.
Mobile cooling stations will be out on the town as temperatures start to rise.
The Salvation Army, along with volunteers will be visiting parks and recreation centers around the city to find those who need help staying cool.
If you would like to help keep people in Yuma cool this summer – either by donating water or volunteering, don’t hesitate to call the Salvation Army for more details.

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