As the Pactiv Manufacturing Plant fire fizzles down in Macon, The Salvation Army is still responding by providing water, sports drinks, snacks and fresh fruit to fire and EMS crews. The Salvation Army immediately responded and initially served over 125 men, women and children initially from is mobile feeding unit (canteen).
“Being a part of this response has been a great experience,” said Salvation Army volunteer Jonathan Holland. “It really puts everything into perspective and it is inspiring to see The EMS crews working tirelessly, and I am honored to be with The Salvation Army to provide support and hope to the EMS crews.”
The Salvation Army is working with the American Red Cross and local Emergency management officials to do everything possible to assist these men and women as they work to suppress this stubborn fire. Please visit www.salvationarmycentralgeorgia.org to learn more about disaster response in Central Georgia.