Through my experience with The Salvation Army, I’ve witnessed first-hand how much goes into emergency recovery responses, and that the response is not just contained to the first few days or weeks, or indeed, until the media moves onto another story.
Recovery efforts continue well into the weeks, months, and sometimes years ahead – until families are back on their feet, shops are reopened, school bells ring, or until a new normal is established. I
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As part of Minnesota’s annual FoodShare campaign, the largest food drive in the state, The Salvation Army’s Northern Division is asking that you ‘Like’ their Facebook page. For every new fan on Facebook, one meal will be donated to a hungry Minnesotan.
The Salvation Army is serving in several states following the weekend’s violent weather that killed 39 people, injured many, and destroyed communities throughout the Midwest and South.
As a reminder that spring has yet to arrive, residents in Indiana and Kentucky – who endured an EF-4 tornado on Friday – are now suffering cold weather and snow while they work to restore what’s left of their homes.
Residents of Henryville, IN are picking up the pieces of their obliterated homes and buildings following the tornadoes and severe weather that swept through the region on Friday, killing at least 29 people in three states.
The Salvation Army continues to serve disaster victims in these areas with food, hydration and emotional care via Emergency Disaster teams and mobile feeding units, remaining prepared to serve up to 1,000 meals a day to those in need.