Salvation Army comes to the aid of hurricane ravaged Dominica
The Salvation Army in Antigua has sent food and cleaning items to Dominica to assist persons most impacted by Hurricane Maria.
The items were air freighted yesterday as the Salvation Army extended a helping hand to the residents of the neighbouring island.
The Antigua Government has promised to accommodate Dominicans who wish to take temporary shelter in Antigua and the Salvation Army says it will keep monitoring the situation and stands ready to assist in any practical way possible.
To support The Salvation Army's relief efforts in the Caribbean, persons can direct their contributions to The Salvation Army, 3 Waterloo Road, PO Box 378, Kingston 10, Jamaica. The entity has also established an account where persons can make contributions to the relief effort.