On the heels of extreme spring weather bringing devastating storm and tornado damage to the southern U.S., Indiana experienced its own round of threatening storms last week. Though the Hoosier state suffered no life threatening injuries or deaths, confirmed tornado touchdowns occurred in several areas southeast of Indianapolis during the […]
Kentucky Fried Chicken Provides Hot Meals for Neighbors in Need
While the Indy car fans were racing to leave the track on Sunday after the 100th running of the Indianapolis 500, The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services team (EDS) was in a different kind of race—a race to deliver hot food to our neighbors in Greensburg, IN.
The Salvation Army Provides Meals for Thousands in Joplin – Snapshot of Service: Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Joplin, Missouri—On Sunday, March 22nd the deadliest single tornado in the US since the 1950’s struck the town of Joplin, Missouri. The Salvation Army responded immediately providing canteens, meeting the needs of survivors by providing food, beverages, emotional/spiritual care, and other necessities. The following information represents The Salvation Army’s efforts […]
Salvation Army Indiana Storm Assessment And Assistance
Updates coming in this morning from Salvation Army corps in both Columbus and Bloomington: Columbus -Lt. Alan Sladek reports his corps has power now but they lost power for about two hours. Rhere’s a town, Garden City, in Columbus Twp. that was hit extremely hard last night. He’s on his […]