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Salvation Army Accepting Donations to Help With Hurricane Harvey

    Salvation Army Accepting Donations to Help With Hurricane Harvey

    The Salvation Army has mobilized to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey and is accepting donations to help those in the path of the storm.

    Anyone interested in making a financial donation can do so online (CLICK HERE) or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY (725-2769).

    Truckloads of emergency supplies including pallets of water, energy drinks, clean up kits and shelter supplies have been dispatched to strategic locations along the Texas coast.

    Salvation Army mobile kitchens have also been stocked and deployed to serve in the immediate aftermath of the storms landfall.

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    "The Salvation Army mobile kitchens are one of the first response vehicles to arrive on the scene following a disaster," said Alvin Migues, Emergency Disaster Services Director for The Salvation Army in Texas. "Our trained staff and volunteers will be ready with a hot meal, a snack and a cup of coffee or bottled water for first responders and survivors."

    In addition to the fleet of mobile kitchens The Salvation Army in Texas also operates two field kitchens and a laundry unit that can be deployed as needed.

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