FAST FACTS: In support of East Coast Flooding, The Salvation Army has provided:| info |
  • 1,303 Meals
  • 1,904 Drinks
  • 1,481 Snacks
  • 5 Mobile Feeding Units (Canteens)
  • 375 hours of employee and volunteer service



The Salvation Army Responding to Statewide Flooding in South Carolina

CHARLOTTE, NC (October 5, 2015)—Sustained rainfall in widespread areas of South Carolina has resulted in persistent flooding prompting a statewide response from The Salvation Army. Across the state Salvation Army personnel are coordinating with state and local emergency management officials to serve the | More |

The Salvation Army of North and South Carolina Monitoring Conditions as Response Begins

Charlotte, North Carolina  (October 3, 2015) – As rain continues to fall in the Carolinas, The Salvation Army is monitoring weather conditions from the Emergency Operations Centers in North and South Carolina. All Salvation Army units in the division are on standby and are continuing to assess the needs | More |

SATERN Operators: Are You Ready For Hurricane Joaquin?

Various amateur radio organizations such as the Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN), the American Radio Relay League (ARRL – the national amateur radio organization), the Hurricane Watch Net (HWN), the National Hurricane Center (NHC) amateur radio station, WX4NHC, and others are already | More |

Salvation Army Preparing to Respond to Hurricane Jaoquin

ATLANTA, GA (October 1, 2015) – The Salvation Army as a first responder in times of disaster is preparing its fleet of mobile kitchens (canteens) and local disaster teams for response. The Southern Territory has placed 37 canteens on alert -- 20 in North & South Carolina, 11 in National Capital & Virginia, | More |

The Salvation Army of New Jersey Preparing to Respond to Hurricane Joaquin

UNION, NJ (OCTOBER 1, 2015) - The Salvation Army New Jersey Division Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) team is closely monitoring Hurricane Joaquin, which could potentially hit landfall this weekend. "Right now, our first priority is to get ready for the storm regardless of where landfall occurs,” | More |

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