Salvation Army still hard at work in South Carolina
In the week since Hurricane Juaquin hit South Carolina, the Salvation Army reports that it has provided more than 7,688 meals to flood survivors. Salvation Army volunteers, including Salisbury natives Melissa and Daisy Cline, also work in providing emotional and spiritual support to families. The Salvation Army reports that its efforts are focused in a few of the hard-hit coastal areas including: Columbia, Horry County, Sumpter, Orangeburg and Georgetown in South Carolina and New Bern in North Carolina.
If you’d like to donate to the Salvation Army’s disaster relief efforts in South Carolina you can call 1-800-SAL-ARMY, visit salar.my/EastCoastFloods, text STORM to 51555, or make a donation by main at The Salvation Army Disaster Relief PO BOX 1959 Atlanta, GA 30301 or to the local Salvation Army. Checks should be payable to “The Salvation Army” and marked “East Coast Floods.”
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