A major funding shortage is forcing the Salvation Army in St. Louis to make deep cuts for the second time in a year. The organization says it needs $800,000. To make up for the shortfall, the Army is closing day-care center serving 70 children and their famlies, eliminating 50 beds for homeles speople, and is going to sell two of its buildings. A year ago the St. Louis Salvation Army eliminated a drug and alcohol program serving one-thousand people and eliminated a 40-bed residential facility for abused and neglected children.
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