Do you know a child 11 of younger who could use a new Easter outfit? The Salvation Army can help. As part of the 14th annual Dress an Angel program, eligible children can choose a dress, skirt or pant outfit for the Easter holiday. Applications are now being accepted for low-income Macomb County residents who would like to take advantage of this program.

The Salvation Army Warren Corps Community Center is accepting applications through March 11 for residents of southern Macomb County, including Warren, Roseville, Eastpointe and additional areas.  The clothing will be distributed on Friday,  April 2.

Children whose parents meet the income requirements will shop for a brand-new outfit with the assistance of a volunteer. In addition to the outfit, the Dress an Angel program will also provide children with socks, underwear, t-shirts, bras, belts, tights and other items.

Families in need of assistance should contact The Salvation Army’s Warren Corps Community Center located on 24140 Mound Rd. at (586) 754-7400. Applicants need to provide picture ID for all household adults, birth certificates for household children and proof of household income and expenses.

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