Houston Area Floods

Wednesday, May 04, 2016


The statistics below present a snapshot of ongoing Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Service efforts in the affected communities.
  • 11,799 Meals
  • 22,634 Drinks
  • 19,788 Snacks
  • 7 Mobile Feeding Units (Canteens)
  • Emotional & Spiritual Care to 3,770 individuals
  • 1,925 cleanup kits
  • 404 comfort kits
  • 4,404 hours of employee and volunteer service

For more detailed information, please refer to the news section.

Cash Contributions Encouraged
Donors are encouraged to contribute cash. In-kind donations require sorting, boxing, palletizing, storage, and delivery to the disaster location. All of these activities can be costly and time consuming, and therefore may delay service delivery. Cash donations allow The Salvation Army to purchase product to quickly and efficiently meet the most urgent needs of disaster victims. When possible, the purchases are made near the disaster site to stimulate the local economy and ensure quicker delivery.

It is easy to give to The Salvation Army: