Salvation Army donates food to help young people in trouble

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THE Salvation Army has donated food items to the Boroko Juvenile Reception Centre at the Boroko Police Station to support  young people in trouble with the  law.
The donation was made possible by the United Nation Children’s Fund (Unicef) which partnered with the Salvation Army’s support office at Waigani, National Capital District. Together they  will also train volunteers at the centre to work with juveniles.
The oficer-in-charge at the reception centre, Sergeant Anna Wills, said the donation was  to help juveniles in custody.
“Four were in the reception centre so they were first to be serviced.,” she said.
Wills said it was the first step the Salvation Army was taking and they prayed that other agencies would come on board to help.

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