Salvation Army Today, November 8!

This week’s Salvation Army Today video – brought to you by The Salvation Army Southern Territory – discusses updates on Hurricane Sandy relief efforts along the East Coast, the announcement of our Red Kettle Kick-Off performer, Kenny Chesney, and Walmart’s 12 Days of Giving campaign.

If you would like to support those impacted by Hurricane Sandy, please visit

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8 Comments on “Salvation Army Today, November 8!

  1. I am disappointed that I did not see SA in Staten Island. I give you not the Red Cross my money and I don’t expect to not see you in the disaster zones. Where are you. I send you money every month and more when there is a disaster. I am beginning to rethink my giving habits.

  2. Are there any collection sites in the Waterbury CT area for things that are needed by the storm victims?

  3. We have a 45 foot disaster food service van pulled by a Freightliner Tractor.
    This van is complete with a 40 KW Caterpillar Generaor on board.
    We have numerous food prep appliances built into our van.
    We have three door cold storage & 2 door freezer storage.
    Our traeger pit can cook 65 pork butts in 8 hours.
    Our van is legal to operate within the state of Georia with food licenses in GA.
    Am sure we comply with regulations of all other states.

    For a complete listing of equipment and photos simply email me.


  4. Hi, Yvonne- The Salvation Army is currently asking for monetary donations as these allow our Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) teams to meet the immediate and unique needs of storm survivors. Visit for ways to donate.

    By continuing to donate gently-used household goods to your local Salvation Army store, you not only help your community, you help us prepare for future disaster relief needs. To find your nearest drop-off location, please go to

    Thanks so much for your great support!

  5. Hi, Janice- The Salvation Army has been on Staten Island since the storm hit. Check out our blog postings in the ‘Disaster Services’ tab above, and here:

    We are still on the island meeting physical, spiritual, and material needs of storm survivors. You can also check out our Facebook page for pictures and updates of our service there:

    Thanks so much for your wonderful support of The Salvation Army!

  6. What did you think about the Dallas Cowboys win over the Washington Redskins last week?

    Can the Cowboys make it two divisional wins in a row against the Philadelphia Eagles
    this weekend?

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