Salvation Army Officials Recall Trip To Gulf

A year after Hurricane Katrina, volunteers from the Salvation Army in Greenville, say they are still shaken by the sight of thousands of people left homeless and devastated in makeshift shelters. Victims suddenly found themselves with no food and no clothing except for what was on their backs. One of the eight Katrina volunteers remembers the days he spent feeding, counseling and helping Katrina evacuees, saying it is something he will never forget. The volunteers from Greenville's Salvation Army fed over 1,200 people a day. Salvation Army officials say they are still accepting donations for Katrina victims.