May 6: Service Stats

Salvation Army Tornado Response – Update 04 from Communications Bureau on Vimeo.

The Salvation Army continues its service across the south in tornado ravaged areas by providing for the immediate needs of those affected by the storms.¬† This need may come in the form of non-perishable food boxes, toiletries, baby supplise, support for lost medication, gasoline, and other necessities on a case by case basis. In some areas, the Army’s focus has shifted to providing for long-term needs by assisting with social case work.

Below is the latest summary of our efforts. If you’d like to support our relief efforts, you can donate online by visiting www.salvationarmyusa.org or click here:


  • The Salvation Army has served 165,500+ hot meals, 398,000+ sandwiches, snacks & drinks.
  • The Salvation Army has provided 54 Mobile Feeding Units (Canteens), 1 Field Kitchen, capable of producing 20,000 hot meals per day, 1 Shower Unit, and 2 Satellite Communications trailers.
  • The Salvation Army has ministered through its Pastoral Care to 6,500+ individuals.
  • The Salvation Army has begun helping with emergency Social Services in several locations.
  • Salvation Army officers, employees and volunteers have served a total of 40,371 hours.