SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Five San Diego Salvation Army volunteers departed for Texas Saturday to join the relief efforts following the devastation from Hurricane Harvey.
The Salvation Army said the five volunteers will be in Texas through Sept. 15 to help provide food, shelter, spiritual support, and whatever else they can to storm survivors.
So far, the Salvation Army says they been able to provide more than 150,000 meals to those affected by Hurricane Harvey. More than 200,000 volunteers and 78 mobile feeding units have been deployed by the organization.
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Donations and volunteers have been continuously sent into the Texas and Louisiana region following the hurricane.
The Salvation Army says anyone who would like donate can do so online, by phone at 1-800-SAL-ARMY, or receive a donation link via text by texting STORM to 51555.