MOORE, OK - MAY 23: Salvation Army Cpt. Jay Spalding looks for residents trying to clean up after the May 20 tornado to distribute food and drink to May 23, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma. The tornado of at least EF4 strength and up to two miles wide touched down May 20 killing at least 24 people and leaving behind extensive damage to homes and businesses. U.S. President Barack Obama promised federal aid to supplement state and local recovery efforts.
Throughout the year, my cubs performed volunteer service at a local soup kitchen, collected canned goods for area churches to distribute in food baskets, participated in bell-ringing for the Salvation Army, and, at the time of my removal, were working on a conservation project for a state park ... The revocation of my membership came shortly after I was elected treasurer of my pack and uncovered some inconsistencies in the pack's finances.
We had several hospital employees call this morning asking what they could do to help ... so we invited them to drop off supplies in the lobby that we will be delivering to Moore later in the day or week. We’ve also invited people to drop off cash contributions, which will go to the Red Cross or the Salvation Army.
The devastation is far reaching both in human life, property and livestock loss. The Salvation Army is honored to serve and provide sustenance to first responders involved in search and rescue, coordination efforts and more. And, of course, all survivors will be provided spiritual and emotional care.More quotes »
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on the possibility of early season tropical development -- click here **. Major Ronald Mott from our St. Augustine Salvation Army is in Moore, Ok. helping victims cope with the vicious EF-5 tornado that slammed the city Mon. Mott arrived Wed.....here's how 5/23/13 from WAWS FOX 30 Read more »
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Kansans should contact disaster-relief organizations of their choice, such as the American Red Cross ( www.redcross.org), Salvation Army ( www.salvationarmyusa.org) or United Way ( www.unitedway.org), or local organizations to find out how they can help. Maj. 5/23/13 from Kansas.com Read more »
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and believed he had been terminated. But Spencer read in Taba's obituary last year that he continued to serve as the Salvation Army's chaplain on Maui for 40 years. A Salvation Army spokeswoman in California said Thursday the organization will try its best 5/23/13 from CBS-KGMB & NBC-KHNL Hawaii Read more »