CBS 11  is partnering with Albertsons to benefit the Salvation Army’s disaster relief efforts after deadly tornadoes ravaged through Van Zandt County and Canton Saturday.

Thanks to everyone who already donated.  Donations can still be made  at any area Albertsons store as well as by clicking here.

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All the money raised in the “Ones for Texas” Tornado Relief Drive drive will help the victims of the devastating tornadoes.

The Salvation Army deployed one mobile disaster food truck Saturday evening within hours of when the tornadoes first touched down, and two additional units were sent Sunday morning.

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More than 300 people were served Saturday evening.

Salvation Army workers also supported the search and rescue efforts in the tornado-ravaged area.

The Salvation Army is working closely with Incident Command and partner agencies to provide appropriate assistance.

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