The Salvation Army, Phoebe Putney collaborate on MLK Day service project
ALBANY, Ga. —
Phoebe Putney ended their day of service by partnering with The Salvation Army to feed and care for those in need.
Free flu shots and blood pressure checks were given to anyone that wanted it.
Phoebe volunteers also handed out dinner to at least 35 people who were hungry.
The Salvation Army says service is extremely important, especially on MLK Day.
"Martin Luther King died for freedom, and the freedom of our rights,” Lt. Rebecca Sullivan said. “It's not about a black or white issue. It's about what we can do for each other, and it's a giveback."