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NATIONWIDE INSURANCE FOUNDATION AWARDS $10,000 TO SALVATION ARMY HOWARD COUNTY FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

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Released 27 April 2010

Nationwide Insurance Foundation has awarded The Salvation Army Howard County Family Service Center a $10,000 grant. The Salvation Army was founded in 1865, and has been operating in Howard County since 1965. The Howard County Family Service Center is part of Baltimore Area Command. It provides crisis intervention services for Howard County residents who are facing eviction or utility turn-off, or in need of food, clothing, and medications. Other services include seasonal assistance for Thanksgiving, Christmas, Summer Camp and Life Skills classes. All services are provided to those in need without discrimination, and are made possible through local donations. The Nationwide Foundation is an independent corporation funded by contributions from Nationwide companies. Founded in 1959, the Nationwide Foundation has committed more than $190 million since 2000 to help nonprofit organizations in communities where Nationwide associates and their families live and work. Just as Nationwide supports its customers in their moment of need, the company's involvement in its home communities is focused on supporting organizations that help people facing critical or immediate need. To interview Major Roger Coulson, Salvation Army Baltimore Area Command, call Betsy Charlow at 410-662-4573. ###


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