The Salvation Army Remains Prepared As Hurricane Arthur Becomes a Memory

Charlotte, NC (July 5, 2014) – Local and state officials have reported minor impacts following Hurricane Arthur’s Independence Day landfall along the coast of North Carolina.  Emergency crews continue to make progress in restoring isolated power outages and impacted areas.  The latest information | More |

The Salvation Army's Services Requested on Texas Border

Dallas, TX (July 3, 2014) - The mission statement of The Salvation Army clearly states the organization’s commitment to “meet human needs in His name without discrimination.” This practical ministry of The Salvation Army is in operation as volunteers and staff work to provide emergency assistance | More |

The Salvation Army Monitors Tropical Storm Arthur

Charlotte, NC (July 2, 2014) - As Tropical Storm Arthur makes its projected movement up the east coast, The Salvation Army is prepared to respond to the impacted areas if the need arises. Organization personnel along the coast are preparing canteens (mobile feeding units) for the potential to provide hot meals, | More |

The Salvation Army Responds to Twin Tornadoes in Nebraska

Alexandria, Virginia (June 17, 2014) – The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams have mobilized in Pilger, NE following the severe weather and twin tornadoes that passed through the area yesterday. The teams are prepared to provide food, beverage and spiritual support to survivors | More |

The Salvation Army Deploys to Support Wildfire Relief Near Walsenburg, CO

Denver, CO (June 2, 2014) – Earlier this morning, Salvation Army emergency response personnel responded to a request for assistance following the outbreak of a wildfire near Walsenburg, CO. 
The team deployed to Huerfano County to support first responders with meals and hydration as they | More |

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