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Des Moines, Iowa USA
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For more than a century The Salvation Army has made disaster response a high priority. Whether tsunami or earthquake, blizzard or flood, tornado or fire, The Salvation Army is always on the scene providing food, drink, shelter and spiritual comfort to victims and relief workers. The Salvation Army remains on the scene as long as our services are needed.
When Des Moines' Four Mile Creek flooded in August 2010 The Salvation Army was on the scene for several days assisting more than 3,000 east side residents.
The Salvation Army's Des Moines emergency disaster services mobile canteen has responded to numerous local and regional disasters in recent years. This includes the Parkersburg tornado, floods in Des Moines, Mason City and Cedar Rapids. The canteen also responds to fires and other emergencies in the area to provide food and hydration to relief workers and to victims.
Wherever in the world disaster assistance is needed, The Salvation Army is prepared to go and to remain on the scene as long as our services are needed. We are called to meet human needs in Jesus' name.
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The Salvation Army's disaster services program.