The Salvation Army is serving those affected by tornadoes in Oklahoma
The Salvation Army of Oklahoma and Arkansas have been active in their response to the strong storm system that swept through the state of Oklahoma this weekend producing multiple thunderstorms and tornadoes.
The Salvation Army is stationed in several locations in Oklahoma providing refreshments, food, and spiritual support to affected residents, search and rescuers, and other emergency responders.
The Central Oklahoma Area Command mobile canteen and the Shawnee Catering truck have been deployed and are providing food and drinks to residents and first responders as they are needed. This morning, they will be joined by a canteen rom McAlester, OK for further assistance.
A canteen from Enid, OK has been serving food and snacks in the Carney area since last night and will continue services throughout today.
For those who were hit by tornadoes in Norman, The Central Oklahoma Area Command’s canteen will move to the area today for service to first responders and affected residents.
Storms still appear to be a possible threat today and The Salvation Army is ready to serve should any additional assistance be needed. Read more here.
The Salvation Army asks people who want to help storm survivors to visit https://donate.