The Salvation Army has celebrated 110 years in Roswell.
On a monthly basis, the Salvation Army serves 2,400 senior citizens through the commodity supplemental food program.
Over a thousand of them live in Roswell, many of them homebound.
Also every month, the Salvation Army provides hundreds of families with emergency food boxes.
Additionally, it gives out food and clothing vouchers and emergency hotel nights. It provides utility disconnect prevention and help with heating bills, too.
The Roswell Daily Record reports the Salvation Army just last month handed out a hundred fans to help beat the heat.