You might remember when we blogged about Katie Wilkinson back in October, a high school student from Tempe, AZ with a huge heart for The Salvation Army.
As founder of the Red Kettle Club (RKC) at her school – a group of young philanthropists who support the community year-round through The Salvation Army – and keeping up with the workload of her junior year, Katie is one busy lady!
That’s how much The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit raised during its 25th annual Bed & Bread Club Radiothon this past weekend. Every penny will go towards fighting hunger and homelessness in the most depressed areas of Detroit.
A community of dedicated organizations and individuals can be a powerful force for “Doing the Most Good” for those in need!
This is certainly true in Fresno, CA where The Salvation Army, in partnership with The Big Fresno Fair, the Community Food Bank and other organizations, has helped collect 134 TONS of food over the course of the last three years during the “Feed the Need” Community Food Drive.
“Jesus and religion are on opposite spectrums. See, one’s the work of God, but one’s a man-made invention. See, one is the cure, but the other’s the infection.”
Do you agree with these words from Christian rap artist Jefferson Bethke? His famous rap video titled “Why I Hate Religion but Love Jesus” has garnered almost 20 million views on Youtube, contributing to the rising trend of “YouTube Christianity”.