The Salvation Army is unwavering in its continued efforts to serve those affected by the hurricanes Harvey, Irma, Maria and Nate. After many weeks of active disaster response, The Salvation Army is transitioning into long-term recovery services in areas impacted by the first two storms – Harvey and Irma – in Texas, Florida and Georgia
The Salvation Army continues to respond to needs in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands by feeding from fixed feeding locations, mobile feeding units and additional transportation vehicles. The Salvation Army has an established presence in San Juan, Loíza, Fajardo, Humacao, Guayama, Ponce, Arecibo, Mayagüez, Bayamón, Peñuelas, Caguas, St. Thomas, and St. Croix serving meals, water, additional resources, and emotional and spiritual care.
The Salvation Army continues helping those affected by the California wildfires. For as long as necessary, we will be providing recovery assistance to those affected. This assistance may include hygiene kits, food, gift cards and other needed items – as well as emotional and spiritual care
With a permanent footprint in the affected communities here in the US and in the Caribean, The Salvation Army Disaster Services will continue to provide assistance until the need is met and beyond.
Your best and most effective donation is a CASH donation. Monetary contributions also support local economies and ensure that businesses can operate when relief supplies diminish.
Please watch this video to know why a cash donation is more effective that an in-kind donation:
For Hurricane donations:
No matter the amount of your contribution, it will be effectively used to provide assistance to those affected by the hurricanes. To donate, please go to:
For California Wildfires donations:
DONATE BY MAIL
The Salvation Army
PO BOX 1959
Atlanta, GA 30301
Please designate Hurricane 2017 in all checks or California Wildfires