Major Joe Irvin of the Salvation Army of Rutherford and Cannon County is among the Hurricane Florence relief workers lending aid.
The cleanup from Hurricane Harvey continues along coastal Texas and a local Salvation Army officer is in the middle of it. We talked to Major Joe Irvin in Houston, Texas.
The Salvation Army has deployed its national network of trained disaster staff and volunteers to the Gulf Coast to provide food, hydration, clean-up kits, hygiene supplies, and emotional and spiritual care to first responders and survivors. It's expected to be the largest relief effort in the organization's history.
The Salvation Army is preparing for the largest mass feeding in U.S. history in the wake of catastrophic flooding in Texas from Harvey. Major Joe Irvin with the Salvation Army of Rutherford and Cannon Counties, has been deployed to provide disaster services for two weeks.
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