The Salvation Army offers shelter on White Flag night
As temperatures drop in Bowling Green, those in our community who are homeless will need a warm place to sleep.
That’s just what the Salvation Army is providing.
When temperatures are forecasted to be or drop below 35 degrees, the Salvation Army will open up their White Flag shelter.
On a nightly basis, the shelter will accommodate those in need of a place to stay.
This is for when the regular shelter is full or there is nowhere else for them to go.
There is a small registration process, including a background check.
Registration for each White Flag night will begin at 4:00 PM.
We spoke to Major Stephen Story, the Commanding Officer at the Salvation Army.
He says offering homes to those without is something the Salvation Army is glad to do.
If you know of anyone who will need White Flag night, you can call the salvation army at 270-843-3485 or stop by.
You can also visit their website by clicking here.
Each White Flag night will be determined every afternoon.