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The Salvation Army of the Carolinas Closely Monitoring Tropical Storm Erika

Charlotte, NC (August 28, 2015) - As Tropical Storm Erika has moved across the eastern Caribbean, The Salvation Army of the Carolinas continues to monitor the storm closely and is preparing for potential impact along the Carolina coast. Salvation Army personnel throughout North and South Carolina are preparing | More |

The Salvation Army of Florida prepares for Tropical Storm Erika

TAMPA – (August 27, 2015)  On the eve of the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, The Salvation Army is once again being called to assist those in need - this time in Southeast Florida where Tropical Storm Erika could make landfall as a hurricane on Sunday, the first one to strike the Florida coast | More |

The Salvation Army Responds to Fires in Washington -- UPDATED

AUGUST 24, 2015 (SEATTLE) – The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Response Team worked through the weekend, assisting families impacted by the wildfires.  As of today, there are 12 fires burning 680,000 acres in Washington (source: The National Interagency Fire Center, www.nifc.gov).
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The Salvation Army Responds to Fires in Washington and Idaho -- UPDATED

August 20, 2015 (SEATTLE) – The Salvation Army continues to assist as the fast-moving fires sweep through Washington and Idaho. In all areas, the impact ranges from damaged to destroyed homes and businesses. Many families have evacuated the area, moving to safety and leaving their home behind. Yesterday, | More |

Salvation Army Supports Search for Suspected Killer in Southern California

WELDON, CA (August 8, 2015) The Salvation Army will resume feeding operations in support of the law enforcement personnel engaged in a massive manhunt in eastern Kern County, about two hours north of Los Angeles.  At least eight agencies – from county Sheriff’s Departments to U.S. Marshalls – | More |

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