Senator Martha McSally announced today a “15 Days of Giving” initiative. For the next 15 days, McSally for Senate will suspend all campaign fundraising and instead raise as much money as possible for The Salvation Army of Arizona.
The Salvation Army is on the front lines in helping Arizonans impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. For example, they are: providing meals and food deliveries for children and families facing food insecurity; checking in on seniors who may be isolated and delivering meals; and financially supporting those hit hardest through rent and utilities assistance.
In addition, Senator McSally is donating her entire Senate paycheck for the month of April to help people impacted by the coronavirus.
Watch the full video that explains the 15 Days of Giving here.
Senator McSally and her staff will also be volunteering at The Salvation Army of Arizona on Friday, April 3rd, Wednesday, April 8th, and Monday, April 13th.
Contact Lydia Hall (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details of The Salvation Army visits, which will be conducted safely and abide by the Governor’s executive stay-in-shelter order and CDC recommendations.