Salvation Army cuts prices to fight inflation in West Palm Beach and Lake Worth
Entrance to the Salvation Army Family Store in West Palm Beach.
The Salvation Army of Palm Beach County is offering a 25% discount on its already reduced prices at two of its Family Stores in July: the 30,000-square-foot superstore at 655 North Military Trail in West Palm Beach and the smaller location at 4001 Kirk Road in Lake Worth.
The organization decided to offer the discount in response to high inflation that has driven up the price of clothing, appliances and home goods.
Maj. James Hall, the Salvation Army’s area commander, said in a statement: “We are always looking for impactful ways to serve those with the most need in our community. Our mission is to always strive to ‘do the most good.’ Seeing consumer prices and the cost of living continue to rise throughout our Palm Beach County, we decided to help alleviate the financial burden placed on families.”
The Salvation Army of Palm Beach County has worked in the community since 1922. For more information, visit salvationarmyflorida.org/westpalmbeach, or call 561-686-3530.