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Follow us in our efforts to assist the residents of Joplin recover from the devastating effects of the tornado that ravaged their city.
Photo travels 70 miles to bring hope for Joplin recovery.
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See more pictures on our Facebook page as well as some videos of support efforts.
See more pictures on The Salvation Army - St. Louis Flickr page.
Domino’s Pizza recently made a $6,000 donation
to The Salvation Army Joplin Disaster Relief Effort.
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Send Monetary Donations to:
The Salvation Army
P.O. Box 21787
St. Louis MO 63109
(Please designate the gift: “Joplin Tornado”)
Cell Phone users: Text: “JOPLIN” to 80888 to make a USD $10 donation
or call 1-800-SAL-ARMY
If sending items, check the Needs List here.
Salvation Army opens Lost & Found at the Recovery Center. More info.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 113 from Tomball, Texas
donated a semi load of supplies and recovery wish list items to The Salvation
Army Joplin Disaster Relief Effort on Tuesday, June 7th. Pictured unloading with Salvation Army
volunteers and staff is (far right white shirt) Jason Poff, Captain of the
Joplin Salvation Army Worship & Community Center. Read more.
Fred Royer (r) presented a $10,000 donation from
the Odd Fellows of Missouri and the Odd Fellows Home Association to Salvation
Army Emergency Disaster Incident Commander Major Jerold Forney. Joplin lays in
ruins in the background.
Pictured is a home destroyed by the May, 22 tornado
in Joplin, Missouri. 145 people have died as a result of the tornado.
The Salvation Army Disaster Services Recovery
Center is located in the heart of Joplin. Meals and beverages are available at
the Recovery Center for families affected by the May 22 tornado.
Salvation Army Major
helps Joplin tornado victims.
Read full story and see video on TMJ4.
Milwaukee County Relations Director Deployed as National Public Information Office for The Salvation Army in Joplin, Missouri.
Follow us in Joplin in our Relief Efforts.
The Salvation Army's Hope Station is bringing hope and
healing to the people of Joplin every day through 7/4/11.
Medic and Army Major Steve Vanderbol talks about the Salvation Army's job in
Joplin, Missouri during the rescue efforts in the wake of the recent tornado.