Gray TV stations team up with Salvation Army to ‘heal the heart’ of tornado relief efforts

ODESSA, Texas (KOSA) – Gray Television, Inc. announced that many of its television stations in 113 local markets will partner with The Salvation Army to help raise funds in the wake of the deadly storm system that touched America’s Heartland.

Thousands of Kentucky residents are without heat and water after deadly tornadoes tore through the area, killing at least 64 people. There have been at least 14 deaths in Illinois, Tennessee, Arkansas and Missouri. These southern communities have a long road to recovery ahead of them. Now it’s time for all of us to help “Heal the Heartland”, including the Gray Television family.

“Our hearts go out to the thousands of people affected by these horrific storms. We know there will be a long way to go for families and communities to heal,” said Gray’s Executive Chairman and CEO, Hilton H. Howell. “It is without hesitation that we partner with The Salvation Army, as they always go above and beyond the call of duty when providing disaster relief to survivors and relief workers. To help ‘Heal the Heartland’, Gray Television has donated $100,000. When you support Salvation Army Disaster Services, 100% of your donation is applied to disaster survivors in those communities. Text HLTORNADO to 51555 to make a monetary donation to The Salvation Army For more details visit

About Gray Television: Gray Television, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, is the largest owner of local television stations and prime digital assets in the United States. Gray also owns video program production, marketing and digital businesses, including Raycom Sports, Tupelo Honey and RTM Studios, the PowerNation program and content producer. Gray is also the majority owner of Swirl Films.

Gray Television is the parent company of CBS 7

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