Real Estate for Rehabilitation
Posted by admin On October - 31 - 2017 0 Comment

About The Salvation Army Disaster Services

The Salvation Army is uniquely positioned to serve those impacted by the storm, however long it takes, because they are there before, during, during, and after impact.


The Salvation Army:

  • Serves every zip code in the United States and touches almost 25 million lives a year.
  • Has served survivors of every major national disaster since 1900.
  • Remains in communities until needs are met and beyond.
  • In total, over 1,800,000 meals, drinks, and snacks have been distributed to those in need since the impact of Hurricane Maria.
  • Over 42,000 articles of clothing have been given to individuals and families affected by Maria.
  • The Salvation Army of Florida has 10 canteens (mobile feeding units) and 2 field kitchens that are serving in two locations in the State of Florida. Other support vehicles include refrigerated vehicles.
  • The Salvation Army Southern Nevada is providing emotional and spiritual care to those affected by the tragic mass shooting in Las Vegas. The officers are providing support at two hospitals where the vast majority of victims are being treated: UMC Hospital, which is currently on lockdown, and Sunrise Hospital. There are also Salvation Army officers at Spring Valley Hospital and St. Rose Hospital, where other victims are being treated.


The Arizona Home Ownership Industry begins its bell ringing efforts soon.

  • Real Estate Wednesdays are 11/29, 12/6, 12/13, 12/20
  • Firms have an opportunity to brand their kettle with Company Logo signs.
  • Agents who captain a kettle may invite family, friends, and affiliates to ring.
  • Ringers may invite their clients to “Meet me at the kettle” which is an excellent venue to connect and reconnect.

For more information call Joseph or JoAnn Callaway at 480-596-5751.

Donations raised through the red kettles support Salvation Army programs throughout the year transforming lives and giving hope. These programs address homelessness, emergency assistance (rent, utilities, food), domestic violence shelters, disaster relief,
Disaster Relief - Emergency Assistance - Rehabilitation
substance abuse recovery, low-income senior housing, human trafficking abolition, military assistance, holiday dinners, educational programs/tutoring for youth and adults, sports programs and more. Donations stay within the community received.
Homelessness - Domestic Violence - Youth Education