Fighting for the Displaced

Salvation Army relief locations, such as the Conroe Corps Community Center, provided immediate food, water, and shelter to the 780,000 storm evacuees across Texas.When Hurricane Maria hit, your donations helped thousands of displaced Puerto Ricans.

We’ve provided more than
meals and drinks to victims
and aid workers

During the most catastrophic, and costly, hurricane season in our history, The Salvation Army was there. Emergency Disaster Services experts, volunteers, and staff came from every corner of the continent to serve survivors in Houston, Naples, Puerto Rico, and hundreds of impacted communities in between. More than 5.8 million meals, snacks, and drinks were provided; thousands of people sheltered; and 147,586 emotional and spiritual care contacts were made, thanks to selfless efforts and hearts. And support continues today. Thanks to the generosity of donors, $76 million has been invested in long-term recovery work to ensure the people of the Gulf Coast, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands have hope and healing to rebuild.