Lizzy Adams with Salvation Army communications department looks over the depleted shelves in the organization's food pantry in their building on Capital Blvd. in Raleigh on Nov. 29, 2016. "Normally, these would be much fuller this time of year," with people donating in the holiday spirit, she said. But this year the Salvation Army assisted other organizations helping victims of Hurricane Matthew, taking a toll on their own supply of food that they distribute to needy families.
Lizzy Adams with Salvation Army communications department looks over the depleted shelves in the organization's food pantry in their building on Capital Blvd. in Raleigh on Nov. 29, 2016. "Normally, these would be much fuller this time of year," with people donating in the holiday spirit, she said. But this year the Salvation Army assisted other organizations helping victims of Hurricane Matthew, taking a toll on their own supply of food that they distribute to needy families. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Lizzy Adams with Salvation Army communications department looks over the depleted shelves in the organization's food pantry in their building on Capital Blvd. in Raleigh on Nov. 29, 2016. "Normally, these would be much fuller this time of year," with people donating in the holiday spirit, she said. But this year the Salvation Army assisted other organizations helping victims of Hurricane Matthew, taking a toll on their own supply of food that they distribute to needy families. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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December 04, 2016 05:58 PM

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