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Mere hours after an EF-3 tornado ripped through Andover, Kan., The Salvation Army's mobile kitchen was the scene to serve meals, drinks, and snacks to first responders and residents. In the immediate aftermath, our officers, staff, and volunteers have worked diligently to provide support to hundreds of people. Here's a brief look at the support we've provided so far.
If you live in Andover and have suffered any property damage due to the storm, the Multi-Agency Resource Center has opened it's doors in the Andover Community Center at 1008 E 13th Street. You'll be able to meet with representatives from The Salvation Army and receive vouchers to replace necessities lost in the storm.
If you'd like to donate to support victims of the tornado, please click here. As always, 100% of your donation goes directly to help put lives and homes back together in Andover.
Night of: A Salvation Army canteen was on scene and serving
food, drinks, and snacks shortly after the storm passed.
The morning after: Volunteers and staff layout a spread of food for first responders still hard at work.
Volunteers prepared peanut butter-and-jelly sandwiches, while hot meals were
cooked outside the canteen.
Kansas Governor, Laura Kelly, stopped to say hello while touring the destruction
left by the Andover tornado.
The Salvation Army was one of many organization set up at the Multi-Agency
Resource Center to take names from storm victims to help them start putting
the pieces back together again.