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LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB) - The Louisville Salvation Army says donations are down $200,000. Officials says the organization did not reach its Christmas fundraising goal.
A spokesperson for the organization says the Salvation Army has not felt the impact yet, and no services are being cut or reduced.
The organization says with the cold weather, more people are coming in, but it is able to handle the demand.
The Salvation Army says it is seeking outside funding and asking for contributions from regular donors. The Louisville branch says many Salvation Army groups across the country were also down in donations.