Salvation Army Offers Help To Hurricane Victims
The Salvation Army is ready to respond to the millions who are without power on the east coast.
Major John Turner, a Division Commander with the Salvation Army, says 300 trucks are already poised to pass out hot meals to those in need.
Turner says he doesn't know if Indiana, and other Midwest Salvation Army chapters will be deployed but he says they are ready to meet whatever need might arise.
Turner says the trucks that are currently operating out east are there for the long haul, not just serving hot meals, but also distributing hurricane clean up supplies likes mops, brooms, and buckets.
Turner also says emotional support will be there as part of the Salvation Army's efforts as well.