By: Knox Graham
Jackson, Miss.-- Even after Hurricane Isaac has left the borders of Mississippi, the after effects are still lingering statewide. The Salvation Army in-state is now in need of donations after providing hundreds of hot meals and supplies.
Mark Jones spokesman for the Salvation Army in Mississippi says, "The Salvation Army was already low on its food supplies and donations as we got towards the end of the summer."
That fact, coupled with the natural disaster has left reserves very low currently.
Jones added, "Primarily food but cash helps us buy it in bulk and actually cuts down on the costs."
Jones says that during the summer time there is a natural lull in donations and that hasn't helped either.
Donations can be given online at www.salvationarmy.org