Salvation Army, schools fight hunger of children

The number of school-aged children who list The Center of Hope as their residence is the highest it has been in years.

To better serve specific needs of homeless children, The Salvation Army and the Jefferson City Public Schools are developing new ways to coordinate resources.

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The partnership should be a more effective way to serve this population, said Maj. Kendall Mathews, regional coordinator.

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