Doing the Most Good After Hurricane Irene

Check out this video from Saturday, August 27 following Hurricane Irene’s landfall in North Carolina. The Salvation Army served 19,000 people in the areas impacted by the storm. Thousands across eastern North Carolina are being fed and cared for at shelters by Salvation Army feeding teams.

In the Northeast, Salvation Army officers and emergency disaster canteens crews continue to serve those affected in New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. The Salvation Army is equipped to serve 2,500 people a day through five canteens which provide food and beverages.

In total, The Salvation Army has 370 mobile feeding units and five mobile kitchens up and down the East coast, serving those in need.

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Monetary donations can be made online at by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY. *Or, simply text the word “STORM” to 80888 to make a $10 donation through your mobile phone. If you’d like to mail a check, please designate the donation as “2011 Hurricane Season” and send to:

Disaster Gift Processing Center
PO Box 1959
Atlanta, GA 30301

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