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Van donated to Salvation Army for its domestic violence program

Thanks to a couple of area organizations, the Salvation Army received a passenger van Thursday to help transport families participating in its domestic violence program.
Thanks to a couple of area organizations, the Salvation Army received a passenger van Thursday to help transport families participating in its domestic violence program.(THE ST. JOE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION)
Published: Jul. 16, 2020 at 7:23 PM CDT
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WJHG) - The St. Joe Community Foundation and Bill Cramer Chevrolet partnered together to provide a van to the Salvation Army for its domestic violence program.

Organizers say the not for profit was in need of a vehicle to transport families participating in its program, so they applied to the St. Joe Community Foundation for a grant.

Foundation employees reached out to Bill Cramer Chevrolet to partner with them. Each provided about $14,500 to purchase the passenger van.

The van was handed over to officials with the Salvation Army during a small ceremony Thursday afternoon.

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