The Salvation Army invites bell ringers nationwide to enter a contest to challenge the world record for a longest continuous hand bell ringing by an individual at a red kettle, in an effort to raise awareness for The Salvation Army’s 122nd Red Kettle Campaign. Starting Tuesday, December 11, ringers will brave the elements – such [...]
After watching and reviewing almost 200 submissions of youth football highlights videos for our Boys of Fall contest, we’ve narrowed it down to our top 10 favorite videos with help from the Dallas Cowboys, but we need your help to determine the best of the best! Tell us your favorite video submission in the poll [...]
Ever seen the CBS show “Amazing Race”?
The fun reality game show features teams of two people racing around the world making pitstops to win prizes in attempt to win the scavenger hunt’s grand prize of $1,000,000. The show is reminiscent of the manic quest for money in the classic movie It’s a Mad Mad Mad Mad World.
Which classic white box do you grab when you’re grocery shopping: crumb cakes, cookies, muffins, or doughnuts?
The delicious sweets of famous bakery Entenmann’s are staples for breakfast time, snack time and especially National Doughnut Day time! That’s why for the second year in a row, Entenmann’s is helping The Salvation Army celebrate the historical day, held this year on June 1st.
As we recognize National Volunteer Week and celebrate the important work that our volunteers contribute each and every day, The Salvation Army is asking, “How do you do the most good?”
We’d like to hear from our supporters, including volunteers, employees, and fans and followers on social media, how you volunteer and help your communities.
Good Samaritan, Volunteer, Philanthropist, Do-Gooder, Altruist, Humanitarian – whatever you call it, we want to know how YOU’RE “Doing the Most Good” in your community!
In celebration of National Salvation Army Week (which is May 14-20, if you haven’t marked your calendars yet ), we want to see and hear how you’re giving back to others in need.
What do you think of this picture?
You might remember when we blogged about The Salvation Army’s All the World Magazine photo contest back in July. Salvation Army Editor Kevin Sims’ of International Headquarters in London initiated the project in an attempt to find the best depiction of The Salvation Army in a single area of the world.
Of 370 submissions, this photo of members of The Salvation Army in Pakistan won the contest. The twist? Photographer Keri Shay is an American who currently lives in Korea! How’s that for representing the internationality of The Salvation Army? We think that pretty much sums up the organization: an international movement motivated by the love of God to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
“We loved the dynamism in the picture, along with the aspect of the unexpected. Take the Army flag away and it could appear to be something completely different”, said Kevin Sims.
Congratulations to Keri, originally of the USA’s Central Territory who, along with freelance photography, currently teaches in Seoul, Korea.
Click here to see the top five photos! These among many other entries will be featured in the October-December issue of All the World.
For more information on The Salvation Army, please visit our website at www.SalvationArmyUSA.org.