The Salvation Army New Jersey Division Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) team is responding to today’s train crash in Hoboken, N.J. that has affected dozens of people.
“The Salvation Army is on-the-ground addressing the needs of those who have been responding to the crash as well as those impacted,” says Major Ivan K. Rock, State Commander of The Salvation Army New Jersey Division. “We want people to know that we are here for the community and will be there if additional assistance is required.”
The Salvation Army canteens—mobile feeding units—are on-hand to provide beverages and meals in Hoboken. Canteens are equipped to serve up to 1,500 hot meals per day. For larger disasters, The Salvation Army in New Jersey also has three field kitchens, which can serve up to 10,000 hot meals per day.
In addition, emotional and spiritual care services will be made available for those in need at a state-run family assistance center in Jersey City.
To make a donation to The Salvation Army New Jersey EDS, please visit SalvationArmyNJ.org/eds or call 800-728-7825. To make a gift, please send checks to The Salvation Army 4 Gary Road, Union, N.J. 07083About The Salvation Army