Salvation Army in need of a new warehouse

Major James Allison talks about how Salvation Army needs to find a new space for their annual 'Christmas Depot.' Registering families begins in August.

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WVEC) -- Each year, The Salvation Army of Hampton Roads helps thousands of families in need. And now, they're asking for your help.

They need to find a new space for their annual "Christmas Depot," for which they begin registering families in August.

For the previous nine years, The Salvation Army used an 80,000 square-foot warehouse in Virginia Beach, but the organization says they now need a new space for the Christmas Depot headquarters.

The new location can be half the size of the old one and does not need to have heat. It must be near a bus line, be centrally located, have a loading dock and large enough to preserve the holiday shopping experience for moms and dads.

If anyone has information on vacant space, please contact The Salvation Army at 757-543-8100

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