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State Farm helps Rowan Helping Ministries

Salisbury State Farm agents will be collecting donated items this holiday season for Rowan Helping Ministries and the Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots program.
Their goal in partnering with the two groups is to create awareness and reach out to the needs in the community.
Rowan Helping Ministries has been providing services such as shelters, soup kitchens and the crisis network since 1967.
The agency needs nonperishable food items and is in desperate need of bigger-sized diapers and baby-care items.
The Marine Corps Toys for Tots program collects and distributes toys for children who otherwise would not have a Christmas.
Toys for Tots will take new, unwrapped toys (no toy weapons) for children and teens of all ages.
All four Salisbury State Farm Agent offices are acting as drop-offs for the donated items. For more information, call any of them.
– Mark Byrd, 425 Faith Road, 704-633- 3321.
– Greg Edds, 638 Statesville Blvd., 704-636-8070.
– John Leatherman, 706 Jake Alexander Blvd. W, 704-637-0775.
– Cindy Morgan, 530 E. Innes St., 704-639-9822.

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