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Media Contact for The Salvation Army Florida Division:

Dulcinea Cuellar
The Salvation Army of Florida
(813) 340-8465
Dulcinea_Cuellar@uss.salvationarmy.org

Doing Good 365 Days a Year

Today (Thursday) is the final full day of Operation Rehabilitation, a collaborative effort with The Salvation Army, the City of Tampa and other agencies to hydrate first responders and the public in downtown Tampa. Eleven Salvation Army units are str[...]
As volunteers and staff trickle in from a 10-hour shift of hydrating first responders and the public in downtown Tampa, they are relaying stories of how The Salvation Army is doing more than just passing out cups of water. [...]
The Salvation Army is supporting first responders and the public with hydration stations in downtown Tampa for Operation Rehabilitation.The Salvation Army will be in downtown until Thursday, serving water and offering encouraging words to people who [...]
The Salvation Army continues monitoring Tropical Storm Isaac for possible impact in the Panhandle. The Salvation Army of Florida has a fleet of mobile and field kitchens, shower trailers and other equipment at the ready to help those impacted by the [...]
As Tropical Storm Isaac begins to travel into the Gulf of Mexico, The Salvation Army continues to monitor the storm, preparing to place canteens (mobile kitchens) on standby to affected areas. Also on Sunday, Florida Lieutenant Governor Jennifer Carr[...]
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.[...]
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. [...]
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,[...]
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 floodi[...]
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 reside[...]