Savannah GA Hurricane Relief Update from Captain Chris Powell - video interview

October 11, 2016
Donald Felice | donald.felice@uss.salvationarmy.org | (404) 550-3716

Savannah, GA Incident Commander, Captain Chris Powell, gives an update on Hurricane Matthew relief efforts.

Doing the Most Good is what The Salvation Army is all about. For over 125 years the red shield of The Salvation Army has been a symbol of hope and help for the people of Georgia. Today they stand strong in Savannah and Coastal Georgia, ready to respond aggressively and serve compassionately to those affected by Hurricane Matthew.

 

 

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