Salvation Army releases stats from Cortana flood relief center
BATON ROUGE - The Salvation Army says 69 volunteers put in more than 335 hours of work at the organization’s Cortana Mall donation site in a statistics report released on Wednesday.
The site has provided support, cleaning supplies, food and water for victims of recent catastrophic flooding in the area.
Here’s how the rest of the stats looked:
Disaster Food Services
Prepared Meal 7,071
Emergency Financial Aid
Client Interviews 1,375
Total Individuals Assisted 6,560
Emotional & Spiritual Care
Cleaning/Rebuilding Products 3,451
Comfort Kits 1,375
Groceries/Food Boxes 1,560
Infant Supplies 245
Water (Per Gallon or Case) 2,580
Finance and Admin
8 Officers 96 Hours
24 Employees 265 Hours
The site, located at 9401 Cortana Place, will remain open to the public on weekdays from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Individuals interested in volunteering can either visit the site in person or send an email to email@example.com.
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