Join Us In Prayer for the World’s Children

Friday, July 27, 2012
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Sunday, July 29, is the International Day of Prayer for Children, a day recognized throughout The Salvation Army on the Sunday nearest to July 30. July 30, 1880…

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Get Your Tix: Cher Lloyd Performs Benefit Concert!

Friday, July 27, 2012
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In Manhattan tonight? Then you’ll want to go see British pop sensation Cher Lloyd at the iHeartRadio Theater! Why? All proceeds from her concert’s sales will benefit Salvation…

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It’s Back-to-School Shopping Time in Chattanooga!

Wednesday, July 25, 2012
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The Target School Spree is off to a great start! The Salvation Army Chattanooga is one of many locations partnering with generous retailer Target to provide local children…

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Making a Difference for Thousands of Back-to-Schoolers!

Thursday, July 19, 2012
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As much as it always hurt to say goodbye to summer, the beginning of the new school year was always a little exciting. New clothes, new crayons, new friendships! But for some kids, returning to school can be a reminder of what they don’t have.

So once again and with your help, The Salvation Army will be providing disadvantaged kids with the right tools and confidence for success in the classroom through our back-to-school initiatives.

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A Simple Pair of New Shoes

Thursday, July 19, 2012
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Chanya and Mercedes were on the hunt for matching shoes Tuesday morning. After a long search, the twosome, both 10, found the perfect pair of black tennis shoes, one with pink accents and one with purple. They giggled with excitement.

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Breaking the Poverty Cycle Through The Pathway of Hope

Friday, June 22, 2012
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Imagine this: Growing up, your mom struggled to pay the bills every month. While your dad continued an endless search for a decent paying job, she was constantly…

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Setting an Example

Friday, June 15, 2012
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With Father’s Day just days away, the June issue of War Cry of The Salvation Army contained many inspiring stories about fathers’ roles and how parents influence children throughout their lifetime. Tammy Darling wrote “Dad, Someone is Watching,” focusing on how important it is for parents to live as role models for their children, reminding us that “being a parent implies that God has ordained you to lead by example.”

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Salvation Army in the Islands: Part Two

Tuesday, June 12, 2012
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While participating in the mission trip in the Turks and Caicos Islands, we were able to visit a government-sponsored school called New Beginnings, a place for students whose parents cannot afford private school and for teens who are troubled. Among the students are girls who are either pregnant or have already become mothers, and Haitian-born kids who live on the island and are rejected.

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Sunday: Abused Women & Children’s Awareness Day

Friday, June 8, 2012
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On Sunday, June 10, The Salvation Army is taking part in recognizing Abused Women and Children’s Awareness Day, an opportunity to reflect on how we can stop the violence that is destroying the lives and well-being of children and promote ways to aid victims.

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Indiana Advisory Board Member Donates Playground

Thursday, June 7, 2012
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Beyond the confines of a brick wall outside The Salvation Army’s Ruth Lilly Shelter for Women and Children, youngsters screamed and giggled.

They chased one another through the mulch covered playground, only stopping to climb or bounce on the obstacles that happened to land in their path.

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