This truck is parked next to the our local Salvation Army headquarters. This organization is one of many that are providing a lot of desperately needed help to communities just west of here in the Florida panhandle that were practically destroyed when Hurricane Michael blew through as a category 4 storm a few weeks ago.
Linking to signs, signs
...and after the elections we need a bit of salvation.
They are some very helpful people
Uma ajuda preciosa.
Um abraço e continuação de boa semana.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
The aftermath of the storm will take a long time I suppose.
They do such good work, here in Australia also Lois ✨
It is great to have this and any help after the hurricanes. Enjoy your day and week ahead.
this is good news, so glad they are there to help
What would we all do without such good people....
And I cannot even donate blood no more....
Glad to see help is happening...it doesn't exactly make the news. Same thing with survivors of Florence in our state of NC.
I'm sure they can help a lot of people. Good to see that they are there.
It's good to see that people are getting the help they need. I remember those photographs after the storm. The devastation was unbelievable.
Disaster response is definitely part of what they do. They would have been out here when the tornado struck in September.
A wonderful organization that cares about and helps people in need.
We really like the Salvation Army, they do such wonderful work. Sadly, our local store recently closed.
I hope that our government has put more resources and energy into helping the folks in the Panhandle than it did in Puerto Rico after that island was almost destroyed by a hurricane. Of course, our leadership is blatantly racist, and Puerto Ricans they consider "colored" and thus not worthy of the government's attention. Aargh!
That is a wonderful organization that does so much for people in need all over the world.
They do such good work, all around the world.
All the best Jan
Supporter of Salvation Army!
My SIGNS, SIGNS
They are a godsend in times of need.
People that go to help, they are much appreciated and respected. Thank you so much for always leaving me comments, Lois, and for your kind words this time. Losing my Gypsy has been rough. Real, real, rough.
The needs are huge now. I feel sad for the people who lost so much.
A precious help to those in need.
We have a few Salvation Army shops in Perth and they are very popular.
They do great work all over the place.
Glad they were there to help!
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