QUEENSBURY -- The Greater Glens Falls Salvation Army kicked off its Harvest of Hope food drive on Friday afternoon, which will continue throughout the weekend.
A food drop-off station is at the Walmart at 891 state Route 9.
The drive began Friday and will continue until 1 p.m. Sunday
Hilltop Construction Co. is leading the food drive and fundraising effort.
Donations of non-perishable foods, in any packaging other than glass, are needed, organizers said.
The Salvation Army’s state funding has been slashed by 80 percent this year, according to Pastor David Dean.