Wednesday, October 3, 2012
On any given day of the week, employees working in the back of a Salvation Army Family Store will sort through hundreds of donated items. And occasionally, items need to be scrubbed, repaired or lifted in some way in order to be resold at the front of the store.
At the Orange County, California Salvation Army Family Store, this is where “Band Aid” Mike comes in.
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Earlier this year, Paul Hill was planning what songs he would sing as a Red Kettle bell ringer, but in May, Paul was given only nine months to…
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
Throughout the summer months, American Signature Inc. (ASI), best known as the parent company of popular retail brands Value City Furniture and American Signature Furniture, is providing comfort and style to the homes of American families in need by partnering with The Salvation Army.
Monday, June 11, 2012
The following was contributed by Erik Sundman, Divisional Worship Arts Director for The Salvation Army Northern Division.
The origin of the Army’s work in each country is unique.
For example, in 1879, a 17-year old girl named Eliza Shirley defied the initial wishes of Salvation Army founder William Booth by establishing the Army’s presence in America. (That seems to have worked out well!)
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Guest blogger Kendra Ketter Chavis is a speaker and Christian Lifestyle blogger (GoodGirlsHaveMoreFun.com & HowToWearAnything.com) whose work focuses on using media and creative engagement to make God a more…
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
I’m a huge fan of the show Mad Men for a lot of reasons. Outside of any true connection I might feel with the show’s characters, my obsession with the show stems from a love of the decade’s fashion.
So you can imagine how thrilled I was to find out that “wardrobe wonder woman” Janie Bryant, a vintage lover who dresses the characters for every episode, shops The Salvation Army thrift stores for fur, leather and other finds.