Salvation Army gets new disaster response vehicle from FedEx


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When someone loses their home to fire or flooding, they need help.

Now, the Salvation Army has a new vehicle to help in times of disaster, thanks to a $114,000 disaster response vehicle customized and donated by FedEx, the agency announced in a news release.

The new vehicle is more than just a sleeker version of The Salvation Army’s current disaster response fleet, the Salvation Army said. It also will save the agency money because it's more economical to operate and maintain.

From the release:
The vehicle’s smaller size and 4-Wheel drive capabilities allow us to respond in areas we cannot reach with the large mobile feeding units or during severe winter weather.

“With the addition of the new disaster response unit, we will be better prepared to serve than ever before.” says Major Mike Dickinson, The Salvation Army Intermountain Divisional Commander.

FedEx has a long history of supporting disaster relief and recovery efforts including assisting with The Salvation Army’s relief efforts following last year’s wildfires and March’s bomb cyclone.

“FedEx is proud to support The Salvation Army’s emergency response programs through our FedEx Cares Delivering for Good initiative.” said Jenny Robertson, vice president Corporate Communications, FedEx.


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