FAST FACTS: In support of the recent Texas tornados & floods, The Salvation Army has provided:| info |
  • 14,511 Meals
  • 20,979 Drinks
  • 10,229 Snacks
  • 9 Mobile Feeding Units (Canteens)
  • 96 Persons Sheltered
  • Emotional & Spiritual Care to 449 individuals
  • 638 cleanup kits
  • 172 comfort kits
  • 2,963 hours of employee and volunteer service

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The Salvation Army in Central Texas Responding to Memorial Weekend Floods

Dallas, Texas (May 25, 2015) – Following intense Memorial weekend storms, record flooding has devastated areas of Central Texas. The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services teams are working closely with local partners to provide assistance to individuals who have been displaced from their homes.
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Evacuation Order in Montgomery County Triggers Response from The Salvation Army in Houston

Houston, TX (May 24, 2015) – Due to the heavy rainfall and the risk to those living around Lewis Creek Dam, Montgomery County’s Emergency Office has issued an evacuation for residents in the area. The Salvation Army of Greater Houston deployed its Conroe Corps canteen (mobile kitchen) this morning | More |

Salvation Army Responding to Historic Flooding in Hays County, Texas

AUSTIN, TX (May 24, 2015) – The Salvation Army mobile feeding unit (canteen) from Williamson County (Austin Area Command) is providing food and hydration for more than 300 survivors seeking shelter at the San Marcos recreation center. The Salvation Army is coordinating with Local and State Emergency Management | More |

Overnight Storms Require Multiple Salvation Army Responses in North Texas

Dallas, TX (May 20, 2015) – Another night of powerful storms, including several damaging tornadoes, called for multiple response efforts from The Salvation Army in North Texas. Three mobile kitchens from the Dallas Forth Area Command have been deployed serving meals, hydration, and emotional and spiritual | More |

Salvation Army Marks Two-Year Anniversary of 2013 Central Oklahoma Tornadoes

May 20, 2015 - Oklahoma City, OK – The Salvation Army continues to provide long-term recovery services to residents in Central Oklahoma following a series of EF3, EF4 and EF5 tornadoes on May 19, 20 and 31 in 2013 that created catastrophic circumstances for many individuals and families.  Although it | More |

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