As supply chain issues impact consumers nationwide, food shelf operators like the Salvation Army are also keeping a close eye on potential food shortages that could hamper their ability to provide meals to those in need. Dan Furry with the Salvation Army of the North says so far there operations remain stable.

“The reason why we’re doing well is we have great support from a donor base that is very, very active. And we’re able to meet the requests of people who come to the Salvation Army. We are starting to see food shortages out there, but not to the extent that we can’t get what we need.”

Furry says demand remains high for services and they can always use more donations of food, money or time from anyone who is able. More information is available at