FedEx Donates 16th Disaster Response Unit to Salvation Army

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Our friends at FedEx visited The Salvation Army of Sao Paulo, Brazil last month for an official ceremony to celebrate the company’s donation of a brand new Disaster Response Unit (DRU). The DRU is a custom-made canteen truck that will help The Salvation Army feed the hungry during times of disaster and throughout the year.

FedEx has a long history of supporting disaster survivors worldwide, and often supports relief efforts through the services of The Salvation Army. Since 2006, the company has donated 16 emergency response vehicles to The Salvation Army in the United States, the United Kingdom, Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Australia.

The company’s past Disaster Relief and Recovery Initiatives have included The Salvation Army’s relief efforts in Haiti and Japan following earthquakes in 2009 and 2011, as well as generous contributions to The Salvation Army’s relief efforts along the East Coast in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.

The canteen donation was in addition to a $10,000 contribution from FedEx Brazil which will help meet the needs of the Sao Paulo community.

We want to express our sincere gratitude to FedEx Corps once again, for their incredible support of our emergency disaster services around the globe!

Click here to learn more about FedEx’s community involvement. 

3 Comments on “FedEx Donates 16th Disaster Response Unit to Salvation Army

  1. If N. Korea shoots off a nuke, will the Salvation Army send help to those area it hits?

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