Salvation Army Continues To Spread Christmas Cheer
The salvation army intends to continue doing its bit to take Christmas cheer to those in need and helpless even as it is feeling the financial squeeze with donations not pouring in like they use to. Over the weekend the members visited the Georgetown Public Hospital as the organization continues to spread Christmas cheer.
Divisional Commander, Major Sinous Theodore said the charitable organization will continue to work towards helping those in need despite the challenges being encountered.
The Divisional Commander said he hopes that the visit to the health institution could put patients into the Christmas mood even though they might not be in the healthiest condition.
Patients of the male and female wards were entertained with Christmas carols and presented with a hamper which comprised items that could be used during their stay at the hospital. The visit to the hospital ended at the pediatric ward as the children were presented with toys.