Changing the Coffee Culture

Tuesday, October 7, 2014
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Salvos Coffee works to decrease labor exploitation and increase sustainability. By Faye Michelson –  Imagine coffee cherries grown without fertilizers or pesticides in the rich volcanic soil of…

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Profile: Strong Sherry

Monday, August 25, 2014
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Post originally featured in The New Frontier Chronicle. Sherry Manson directs emergency response for the Intermountain Division, spanning four states. By Josiah Hesse –  In the last four…

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Pathway Forward counters recidivism

Thursday, August 21, 2014
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Post originally featured in The New Frontier Chronicle. The Salvation Army Chicago helps ex-inmates secure housing and employment A loving wife, three happy, healthy children, a stable job––that’s…

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Finding a Voice

Thursday, July 24, 2014
Clara Kleinman helps run The Salvation Army’s annual Christmas Spree in Santa Monica.

Timely assistance from The Salvation Army in the 1930s fuels Clara Kleinman’s passion to give back today. The biggest concern of most 8-year-old girls is how they might…

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Junior FBI agents meet in Los Angeles

Wednesday, July 9, 2014
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Originally featured in The New Frontier Chronicle. Read More at http://www.newfrontierchronicle.org.  Westwood Transitional Shelter holds third camp with the FBI For the third year, The Salvation Army’s Westwood Transitional…

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Aquaponics in Anaheim

Friday, March 14, 2014
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Volunteers help transform an empty lot into an urban farm. Submitted by Jared McKiernan and originally featured in the New Frontier Chronicle, the source of news and networking…

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Keeping the Lights On: Salvation Army Intervenes to Pay Utilities

Sunday, March 2, 2014
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Submitted by Jared McKiernan and originally featured in the New Frontier Chronicle, the source of news and networking for The Salvation Army created by The Salvation Army Western Territory. Read…

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