Supporting Those In Need Following the West Virginia Coal Mine Explosion

With a very heavy heart, recovery crews will continue removing from the mine the remaining victims of the Upper Big Branch mine explosion. It was revealed this weekend that the four missing West Virginia miners did not survive.

The Beckley Salvation Army Disaster team continues to offer emotional and spiritual care to families of the victims of one of the worst mining disasters in many years. Also nearly one thousand meals, snacks and drinks were served to fire and rescue personnel.

Thank you for the hundreds of meal items that were donated that enabled The Salvation Army to serve those in need during this extraordinarily difficult time.

Your continued prayers are appreciated and needed for this small community of Montcoal, West Virginia and families of the miners who lost their lives in this tragedy.

2 Comments on “Supporting Those In Need Following the West Virginia Coal Mine Explosion

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