Responding to Hurricane Matthew

When disaster strikes, The Salvation Army stands ready to serve those who are impacted and to help communities rebuild. 100% of your donations to disasters go directly to the impacted areas.

We are actively responding throughout eastern North & South Carolina. Your support is needed to help to continue to meet the needs in those communities.


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We Have Your Back

04:21 PM • Saturday, October 15, 2016

As the flood waters from Hurricane Matthew have been relentless in Edgecombe County, Salvation Army officers, volunteers and staff have kept working harder to bring hope.

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Always Faithful

04:06 PM • Saturday, October 15, 2016

We knew Hurricane Matthew was coming. We watched as it blew through Haiti, into Florida, over Georgia, and into the Carolinas. We were praying, we were mobilizing and we were prepared.

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We're Havin' a Party!

10:37 AM • Friday, October 14, 2016

Can you imagine what it must be like for a child to have to stay at a temporary shelter, sleeping on cots, surrounded by strangers without any of the comforts of home? It can be hard for children to understand…

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We Go Where We Are Needed

09:17 PM • Thursday, October 13, 2016

During disaster service, The Salvation Army's initial support is provided to first responders – those charged with keeping regular citizens like you and I safe. We've already posted about our support for…

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Stories from the Frontline

02:59 PM • Wednesday, October 12, 2016

​When you think about responding to disasters, serving those who need us most, your first thought might not be the most positive. But, what we know is that, when we have an opportunity to provide individuals…

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The People You Help

02:28 PM • Tuesday, October 11, 2016

At the core The Salvation Army is our mission to "preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination." During disasters, we have the opportunity to minister directly…

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Ways to Help

When disasters strike, they can be unpredictable and unrelenting. For those of us fortunate enough not to be impacted, we see images of fellow citizens – just like us in many ways – who need help restoring their lives and getting back on their feet. Across the United States and around the world, The Salvation Army responds to bring basic needs and spiritual care to those that need it most.


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1-800-SAL-ARMY
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text STORM to 51555
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By Mail

The Salvation Army
PO BOX 1959
Atlanta, GA 30301

Please designate
Hurricane Matthew
on all checks.

Many people wonder about how to best help during times of disaster response. While you can imagine that disaster survivors often lose everything from those clothes to their homes, the best way to help is to provide financial contributions.

Financial contributions are much more easily routed to local disaster areas whereas donated items — such as food, water, and clothing — require more complicated logistics and have associated transportation costs. Your financial gifts also allow The Salvation Army to quickly assess and meet the on-site needs of individuals while helping to provide financial stability to the local economy.

Stay Up To Date

For the latest on our response to Hurricane Matthew, visit our national disaster website.