Salvation Army in Palm Beach Continues Preparations with Aid of Local Partners

WEST PALM BEACH, FL (September 2, 2019) – As Hurricane Dorian progresses, The Salvation Army in Palm Beach County is poised to provide disaster relief services both locally and in surrounding communities as needs arise.

“We are honored to be working with several local churches, agencies, and organizations to make sure we can all do the most good for people in need in the wake of Hurricane Dorian,” says Major James Hall, Area Commander for The Salvation Army serving Palm Beach County. “We have disaster teams ready to serve both our community and our neighbors to the north.”

The Salvation Army has 30 mobile feeding units positioned across Florida with each mobile kitchen ready to serve 500-1,500 meals per day. Along with meals, cleanup kits and pastoral counseling would be provided to survivors and first responders.

The Salvation Army continues to work with state and local emergency management officials throughout Florida to determine needs and coordinate resources.

For updates on The Salvation Army’s disaster relief efforts, visit disaster.salvationarmyusa.org.

To support Hurricane Dorian relief:

  • Donate online: www.HelpSalvationArmy.org
  • Donate by phone: 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769)
  • Donate by mail: The Salvation Army, PO Box 1959, Atlanta, GA 30301
    • Designate ‘Hurricane Dorian’ on all checks

 

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