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The Salvation Army prepares for Tropical Storm Isaac, Florida Keys supplying meals to shelters Monroe County

25 August 2012

As The Salvation Army of Florida continues to prepare for what could be Hurricane Isaac, its Florida Keys unit is already busy serving at shelters from Key West to Key Largo.

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The Salvation Army readies for Tropical Storm Isaac

24 August 2012

On the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, The Salvation Army of Florida keeps a watchful eye on Tropical Storm Isaac as it churns in the Caribbean.

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Salvation Army Continues to Help Those Affected by Tropical Storm Debby

6 July 2012

The Salvation Army continues to respond almost two weeks after Tropical Storm Debby dumped more than 20 inches of rain in some parts of Florida The Salvation Army of Florida has its canteens (mobile kitchens) serving residents in Wakulla, Suwannee, Franklin, Columbia and Pasco counties.

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The Salvation Army continues service in Sopchoppy, Live Oak, as residents pick up the pieces after Tropical Storm Debby

29 June 2012

The Salvation Army continues to be a shield in the storm as it counsels, feeds and offers hope to residents affected by Tropical Storm Debby flooding.The Salvation Army is serving in Live Oak and Sopchoppy, two rural communities hardest hit by flooding.

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The Salvation Army leaders making a difference in communities hardest hit by Tropical Storm Debby

28 June 2012

As residents go back to their homes and floodwaters recede, The Salvation Army is on the frontlines of helping people heal in the wake of Tropical Storm Debby. Salvation Army leaders from Jacksonville, Gainesville and Tallahassee are assisting residents with a hot meal, a bottle of water and an encouraging word.

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The Salvation Army expands service as Debby's flood waters recede

27 June 2012

The Salvation Army continues to feed and distribute clean-up and personal hygiene kits to residents displaced by Tropical Storm Debby. Salvation Army canteens (kitchens on wheels) have fed residents in Wakulla, Suwannee and Citrus counties. Salvation Army volunteers and staff are working in conjunction with the American Red Cross and local emergency managers to make sure residents in local shelters are being properly hydrated and fed.

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The Salvation Army responds to Tropical Storm Debby

26 June 2012

This morning, The Salvation Army placed seven canteens (mobile kitchens) on stand-by, making preparations to respond to flooding in regions affected by Tropical Storm Debby. Local assessment teams are mobilizing to determine specific needs of those affected across Florida.

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The Salvation Army responds to flooding in Pensacola

13 June 2012

The Salvation Army continues to respond to residents in the Florida panhandle after the weekend's devastating floods.

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Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter in Pasco County celebrates 30 years of helping residents

27 March 2012

For three decades, Pasco county survivors have sought refuge at The Salvation Army's domestic violence shelter. They have participating in its six week program and given the tools they need to stop the abuse. On Friday, March 30, the shelter will mark the anniversary with a dinner and silent auction. The auction will showcase residents' art therapy.

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The Salvation Army Doubles Capacity to Serve in Times of Disaster

27 March 2012

New Salvation Army feeding unit doubles Orlando community's capacity to serve more people in times of disaster

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