EMERGENCY DISASTER SERVICES
The Salvation Army's Emergency Disaster Service operates 24/7, 365 days a year offering relief for first responders of emergency disasters, providing mobile and/or fixed feeding programs like hot meals or snacks, water, cleaning supplies, comfort kits, referrals to other agencies when appropriate and spiritual counseling.
Omaha Disaster Services Response Team
The Salvation Army's mobile feeding program reaching out on cold evenings to homeless and near-homeless by providing a hot meal, winter outerwear, referrals to other agencies when appropriate and spiritual counseling. Winter Night Watch operates Monday through Friday, December 1 through February 28, 6 to 9 PM.
Needs: If you would like to donate winter outerwear, such as gently used hats, gloves, mittens, coats, and new socks contact the Winter Night Watch Coordinator at 402-898-5942.
Volunteers needed, 18 years and older. Drivers needed to drive mobile disaster unit, must be 24 years of age. If interested, please call the Volunteer Department 898-6000.
When tragedy strikes in your community, remember The Salvation Army is on the scene. Volunteers are needed for behind-the-scenes and frontline work. Donations enable enable The Salvation Army personnel to assit hundreds of thousands of disaster survivors. Credit card donations may be made by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY or online
. For more information, contact The Salvation Army near you.