The Salvation Army Mississippi Gulf Coast is prepared to serve others in the aftermath of Hurricane Sally.
They are set to deploy three local teams to impacted areas post Hurricane Sally. Three canteens have 400 meals and drinks ready to go at the Salvation Army Area Command.
The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster teams go through training and are prepared and willing to volunteer their time to serve those hurting with practical needs and spiritual care.
Area Commander Bradley Caldwell tells News 25 the Salvation Army is more than willing to help because our neighbors would have done the same thing if the roles were reversed. “They were prepared to come here when the storm was headed our way. So, we certainly want to respond in kind. We have prepared and trained for this kind of help. So, we are ready to go and do more than just be there. We want to be effective and make a difference for people impacted by the storm.”
Salvation Army crews could be called for assistance on Thursday or Friday. To become a volunteer, sign up at disaster.salvationarmyusa.org to start the application and training process.