Salvation Army To Distribute Donated Supplies To Hurricane Victims - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

9/19/05

Salvation Army To Distribute Donated Supplies To Hurricane Victims

The Salvation Army will start unloading its warehouse for Katrina survivors Tuesday.

Lubbockites donated thousands of boxes worth of clothes, toys and household items for survivors. Survivors can start picking up those donations Tuesday.

Distribution starts at nine a.m. at the Salvation Army at 16th and Avenue K. Survivors need their I.D. badges and proof of the number of people in their household.

How You Can Help Hurricane Katrina Victims
American Red Cross - Salvation Army - NSALA: Katrina Animal Rescue
Here is a collection of the different ways you can donate to the victims of Katrina.

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