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Women say others are prostituting themselves to stay in Salvation Army shelter

The Salvation Army's mission is to help people in crisis, but two women say that's not the case in Wilmington. But some women who have stayed in the charity's shelter say women are selling themselves on the streets so they can pay for a spot to sleep in the shelter.

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to the curb

Pardon me for double dipping but I had to watch the video again. He is lying about anyone getting "kicked to the curb." As I said, in my other text, I lived there and come pay time if you didn't have the rent money you were told to grab your stuff and get out.

shelter

That man is so bad ! You can tell he doesn't give a flip as long as he gets paid ! And the comment about the news station making donations to help; did anyone else see the smirk on his face or detect a hint of arrogance ? I would like to know what they do with all the money they get from selling clothes etc. in the store that are donated to begin with. They give away food that has been donated which is a plus for them but only every 6 months per client. There are a lot of things that go on at the Sally. I know, I have lived there.