The Camp Fire, the deadliest wildfire in California history, completely destroyed several communities north of Sacramento. Donations from around the country arrived at The Salvation Army of Northern California’s headquarters, but with Thanksgiving right around the corner, they needed their space to house the donated goods as well as host their annual Thanksgiving feast.
DSV in San Francisco stepped in to provide two 53’ rigs to use as additional storage. The Salvation Army was able to then move all their donations into the trailers to make room for the holiday meal.
A few weeks later, DSV was asked to come back to move 10,000 blankets that were distributed to victims who lost everything they owned, to ensure some warmth and comfort as winter arrives in Northern California.
We are proud to stand alongside The Salvation Army to lend a helping hand when our local communities need it the most. Our thoughts continue to be with all affected by the fires and many thanks to The Salvation Army for all their hard work.
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