Chaplains With The Salvation Army and National Guard Learn From Each Other at PATRIOT Exercise

“The variety of issues that came up was huge. They ranged from a lost animal to a loved one who had passed,” said DeWayne Householter, a Salvation Army volunteer from Peoria, Illinois. Householter is one of four Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) trained volunteers serving as a chaplain | More |

Salvation Army responds to flooding in eastern Kentucky

The Salvation Army's Kentucky &  Tennessee Division Emergency Disaster Service is responding after devastating floods hit eastern Kentucky on Monday, leading Governor Steve Beshear to declare a state of emergency.  Three people were killed, six more are still missing and hundreds have been left homeless.  | More |

Florida Shower Trailers in Service

Even when it seems the coast is clear, The Salvation Army Florida Division’s Emergency Disaster Services teams are involved in a most basic ministry, showers. Yes, showers. At the end of a hard day's work or after a trip to the beach, the feeling of a warm shower is invaluable. The Emergency Disaster | More |

Salvation Army Responds to Severe Weather in Quincy, Illinois

St. Louis, MO., July 14, 2015 – The Salvation Army Midland Division Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) has been responding to last night’s severe weather in Quincy, Illinois that has left more than 21,000 residents without power as many of the city’s roads were littered with fallen trees. Two | More |

The Salvation Army of Manatee County called to serve first responders after deadly home invasion

Bradenton, Fla. (June 9, 2015) – The Salvation Army of Manatee County is providing meals and spiritual support to first responders and family members after a deadly shooting in the Southern Parkway area of Bradenton. A Salvation Army canteen, or kitchen on wheels, was dispatched to the scene around 9:30 | More |

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