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Salvation Army Hurricane Relief Update

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The Salvation Army of Victoria provided update information about their efforts to support Victoria after Hurricane Harvey.

Since August 20th, the Salvation Army has provided over 56,000 meals, 83,000 drinks and 100,000 snacks to Victoria County, Calhoun County and Refugio County. In addition, the Salvation Army has given almost one million meals across the state for Harvey stricken Texans. The non-profit has also provided spiritual care to 9,188 residents in need and has also distributed over 12,000 household necessities, such as cleaning supplies and furniture. In total, the Salvation Army of Victoria has worked over 238,000 hours between officers, employees and volunteers to serve the community. 

The Salvation Army will be transitioning their distribution center from Sun Valley Ranch to their recovery center near Grand Buffet  and will continue to help people in need for the foreseeable future. 

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