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Disasters of incredible magnitude call for people of incredible generosity.
Many first-responders say that The Salvation Army is the first to have boots on the ground and the last to leave when disaster strikes.
This is because we're already present in most communities. Our staff and volunteers are part of that community, working for weeks, months or even years to help their neighbors until the scars of destruction are covered with hope and renewal. Our disaster services teams also respond year-round to local emergencies - like house fires - serving survivors and first responders.
We need people like you, ready and willing to help at any moment, to join our team. To be considered for service when the next disaster strikes, you will need some training and education in advance. We are always seeking skilled retired or semi-retired professionals to serve in a number of leadership functions as well.
Our "Disaster Preparedness Handbook" details what you should do in the case of a number of natural disasters as well as how The Salvation Army is prepared to respond. Our "EDS Fact Sheet" further explains our response efforts in the case of a natural disaster.
Below you will find a collection of helpful links to resources provided by The Salvation Army, the federal government, and the state government of New Jersey.
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