Have you been thinking about getting more involved in your community? Do you have the heart to care for other people, but don’t know where to start? The Salvation Army is always in need of people to come and care for the people of your community. We are here 365 days a year. Don’t hesitate to call today to set up a time for you to come volunteer.
- Remembering Hurricane Katrina ... Reflections From Those Who Served August 24, 2015Photo: A disaster survivor receives a meal from a Salvation Army mobile feeding. A typical unit, called a 'canteen' within The Salvation Army, can deliver up to 1,500 meals per day. The storm began as a cluster of unruly thunderstorms swirling over the Bahamas on August 23, 2005. By the next day, it had strengthened […]
- The Salvation Army Responds to Fires in Washington -- UPDATED August 24, 2015AUGUST 24, 2015 (SEATTLE) – The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Response Team worked through the weekend, assisting families impacted by the wildfires. As of today, there are 12 fires burning 680,000 acres in Washington (source: The National Interagency Fire Center, www.nifc.gov). Current Feeding Programs In Brewster, WA, The Salvation Army coordinated and served three meals […]
- Ten Years After Katrina, The Salvation Army Continues to Serve the Gulf Coast August 24, 2015Photo: After Hurricane Katrina, a Salvation Army canteen becomes an impromptu feeding site on a New Orleans highway. Alexandria, VA (August 19, 2015) – The Salvation Army continues to be a source of hope, stability and service to the residents of the Gulf Coast ten years after the most active and expensive hurricane season in […]