In Eagle Pass, and in Moore--the San Antonio chapter of the Salvation Army continues to do it's part in helping those whose lives have been turned upside down by disaster.
In the tornado-ravaged Oklahoma community of Moore, the Salvation Army's Robert Garcia told 550 KTSA News more than 73-thousand meals have been served in the month since the disaster. He also said the work hasn't stopped there.
"The Salvation Army has provided emotional and spiritual care to more than 11-thousand people" Garcia said. As for Eagle Pass--which has been devastated by recvent heavy rain and flooding--Garcia said volunteers are ready to do their part.
"Curently, the Salvation Army San Antonio Command is on standby for that particular disaster" Garcia said.
To make a donation, you can call 1-800 Sal Army, that's 1-800-725-2769--or go to www.salvationarmytexas.org.