Branson Salvation Army Supporting Flood Relief Efforts

May 03, 2017
Jack Wang | | (314) 646-3017

Branson, Mo. – The Branson Corps is providing all feeding at two shelters. The Stone County shelter is located at the former Reeds Spring Middle School where they have 15 people in the shelter.  The Salvation Army Branson Corps is also feeding first responders and volunteers at the Stone County shelter location.

The Taney County shelter is at the Branson United Methodist Church where we have been serving 3 meals a day as well, along with snacks, water, etc.  There were 14 overnight residents yesterday, but additional families have been checking in today.

To support The Salvation Army's flood relief efforts across Missouri and Southern Illinois, please text FLOODHELP to 41444.

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