The Salvation Army's Territorial Commander for the Western United States, Commissioner James Knaggs (third from left, back row), made a special visit to Colorado Springs to survey relief operations and areas devastated by the recent Waldo Canyon Fires. Here, Commissioner Knaggs offers a prayer of support to those who will continue to offer relief and aid to the many families displaced by this fire. (courtesy of www.facebook.com/imsalvationarmy)

SA Reinforcements Called to Serve CO Wildfire Survivors

Tuesday, July 3, 2012

Since the start of the Waldo Canyon wildfire in Colorado Springs, CO, The Salvation Army has been striving to meet the needs of survivors, emergency response personnel and…

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Post-Weekend Storms: Serving MD & WV

Monday, July 2, 2012

Residents of Maryland and West Virginia are still suffering in the aftermath of the super derecho that swept through this past weekend. The widespread storm caused power outages…

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Sick of sweating? Visit The Salvation Army!

Monday, July 2, 2012

Before I began working at The Salvation Army, I used to think homeless shelters were in full capacity during the winter months only, a warm respite from the…

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Aiding Waldo Canyon Fire Survivors

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The Waldo Canyon Fire, described as “epic” by a Colorado Springs Fire Chief, and considered to be part of the worst fire season in the state’s history, has…