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The Salvation Army asks help for Hurricane Harvey relief

From Jaime White, Chair, Adair County Unit, Salvation Army

The Adair Unit of the Salvation Army is currently accepting donations for disaster relief efforts in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Here are a few tips for helping us “Do the most good”

First, please pray for the victims, professional personnel, and the many volunteers as the long process of restoring lives is underway.

As for donations, at this time a financial contribution is the best way to help. A cash donation allows charitable relief agencies to use monetary contributions to purchase exactly what disaster survivors need. Monetary contributions are also easy to get to the disaster area. Money used to purchase needed items locally can support local and state economies, helping local businesses and workers, which have suffered losses in the wake of this disastrous event.

Donations may be made:
Locally: Checks may be left at United Citizens Bank, 700 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY, with Jennifer Brock, our Unit Treasurer


Donate by phone: 1-800--SAL-ARMY

Mail checks to: The Salvation Army P.O. BOX 1959 Atlanta, GA 30301
Please designate 'Hurricane Harvey' on all checks. - Jaime White

This story was posted on 2017-09-06 11:33:32
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