Salvation Army Serves Over 25,000 Meals To NorCal Fire Evacuees

Since Monday, The Salvation Army reports feeding more than 16,000 people from three wildfire evacuation centers in Sonoma County.

Captain Rio Ray of The Salvation Army in Santa Rosa is with his team helping thousands of survivors of the Northern California wildfires.  Captain Rio Ray talked about his experience in Santa Rose.

 

Captains Rio and Rachel Ray live in Santa Rosa and are the local leaders for The Salvation Army. They evacuated at 2:00 AM on Monday morning and haven’t been allowed to go back home. “My wife and kids are staying with family and I’ve been sleeping in my office. I feel blessed that my family is safe so I can focus on giving hope to my neighbors who lost everything," said Captain Ray.

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