Ready to Respond

It’s springtime in the Midwest, which means that we can expect to see more than just flowers popping up. We’re headed into storm season, when in a single week we might experience bright sunshine, torrential rain, hail, high winds and frost. For members of The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services […]

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Salvation Army Continues Service In NY and NJ

From SalvationArmyUSA.org The Salvation Army continues to serve hundreds of thousands of storm survivors following Hurricane Sandy. The most heavily impacted areas include New York and New Jersey where The Salvation Army remains committed to providing food, shelter and emotional and spiritual care. In New Jersey, The Salvation Army is […]

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Salvation Army Ramps Up Deployment Efforts

New York City Officials Appoint Salvation Army to Coordinate Feeding at City Shelters ALEXANDRIA, Va. — As Hurricane Sandy barreled up the East Coast, leaving mass destruction and power outages in its wake, The Salvation Army prepared  for a long-term disaster response and recovery operation. Feeding has already begun at […]

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Preparing for Hurricane Sandy

From blog.salvationarmyusa.org With Hurricane Sandy set to make landfall within the next few days, The Salvation Army is working along the East Coast to prepare for the storm. Already in Virginia and North Carolina, Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams are collaborating with emergency management officials to ensure preparedness. […]

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