Salvation Army continues to provide assistance. Hurricane Sandy pummeled the East Coast for four days in 2012, affecting 24 states, destroying homes and businesses, shutting down power for millions and claiming more than 100 lives. Now one year later, signs of
Army continues to provide help after Sandy’s destruction. By John Berglund After superstorm Sandy wreaked havoc on the East Coast, The Salvation Army immediately provided relief aid. The effects of the hurricane’s 85-mph winds, historic storm surge, and widespread coastal flooding are
Salvation Army relief efforts are in full swing in Haiti, Cuba and Jamaica. Hurricane Sandy hit the Caribbean hard on Oct. 25, with winds up to 115 mph, taking lives and leaving chaos behind: destroyed homes, power outages and food shortages.
The Salvation Army works through setbacks caused by the nor’easter. The Salvation Army continues to provide relief on the East Coast after a nor’easter storm inflicted another bout of destruction on areas still reeling from Hurricane Sandy’s impact. The nor’easter storm, which