In times of disaster, the Salvation Army traditionally serves and prepares meals from its mobile canteens, helps distribute cleaning supplies, and offers comfort to those impacted.
Major Mark Anderson at the Salvation Army says disaster relief comes in phases and right now they are in the recovery phase.
Two volunteers and a chef are driving a mobile canteen truck to Pensacola Tuesday.
"I've been in other hurricanes as a civilian without it, and this one was bad".
Once they are evaluated for health and temperament, they will be made available for adoption at one of the Humane Society's shelters, most likely in the next few days.
They're even providing emotional and spiritual support.
The Salvation Army is responding to the catastrophic flooding in the Houston area and providing relief to first responders and survivors. In 1992 he was in Miami helping with Hurricane Andrew.
"When people donate things, they need to be cleaned, sorted and shipped", said American Red Cross Pennsylvania Chapter CEO Judge Renee Cardwell Hughes in an interview with 6abc. Ten of these are from The Salvation Army in Arkansas and Oklahoma. "This is where the rubber meets the road, man", said Sturdivant.
The mobile kitchens can serve an average of 1,500 meals per day. The challenge is to always stay ready just in case, you know, something happens.
Crews are expected to be in San Antonio, Galveston, Houston, and Corpus Christi. "We humbly ask the American public to consider supporting our efforts through prayer and monetary donations".
You can donate money at the Salvation Army's website. The hospital transported many of its patients out of harm's way, but will likely will need funds to seamlessly continue operating its 189-bed pediatric facility.
Is serving at emergency shelters throughout Texas, including in hard-hit Pasadena and flood-prone Houston.
"It's hard to see people hurting", Boyne said.