The Newest Youth Education Town Opens in Arlington, TX

Friday, October 18, 2013
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After three years of hard work, The Gene and Jerry Jones Family North Texas Youth Education Town (YET) opened Monday morning in Arlington, Texas. Under the operation of…

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Salvation Army Today, October 17

Thursday, October 17, 2013

This week’s Salvation Army Today video – brought to you by The Salvation Army Southern Territory – features a record gift to The Salvation Army Trading Company, a special message from USA’s…

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SA’s very own Mabee Babies shine in the NFL

Thursday, September 19, 2013
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For those of you who have bravely jumped into the world of Fantasy Football this year and endured the ever so stressful draft, I have something fun to…

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Salvation Army Today, January 10!

Thursday, January 10, 2013

This week’s Salvation Army Today video – brought to you by The Salvation Army Southern Territory – features The Salvation Army’s wildfire relief efforts in Australia, and the NFL’s Alfred Morris talks about…

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NFL Linebacker Tackles Substance Abuse Through SA

Monday, July 23, 2012
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At 6’7 and 280 pounds, it’s difficult to imagine past NFL linebacker John Corker as “weak”. But for years, the one-time Green bay Packer was dominated by his own dependence on drugs all the while playing defense for various teams.

“I was probably smoking $1,200 a day and playing pro football at the same time,” he said. “How my heart didn’t burst, I can’t tell you that.”

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NFL Stars Support SA Youth Programs in Iowa

Friday, May 18, 2012
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Want to meet NFL stars, Tim Dwight, Brian Ferentz and LeVar Woods? The Salvation Army – Johnson County in Iowa City, IA wants to give you the opportunity…

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SA Announced the Dallas Cowboys’ 4th round picks!

Sunday, April 29, 2012
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As we mentioned in Friday’s blog post, The Salvation Army was chosen to announce the Dallas Cowboys’ fourth round draft picks yesterday at Radio City Music Hall in New York City for the upcoming NFL season!

Representing The Salvation Army, Major George Hood, Chief Communications Officer, announced the Dallas Cowboys’ fourth round picks: Kyle Wilber, a defensive end from Wake Forest and Matt Johnson, a safety from Eastern Washington.

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Salvation Army to Announce NFL Draft Pick!

Friday, April 27, 2012
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Tomorrow’s final draft picks will once again showcase an array of team colors, jerseys, famous names, and numbers. And standing among the action will be one unassuming man in his own team’s “jersey” – a navy blue, Salvation Army suit!

But not to worry, you won’t see Salvation Army officers battling it out at professional football games this fall (unless we’re ringing the bells outside the stadium for kettle donations!).

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NFL Announces Salvation Army as First to Own and Operate Youth Education Town

Friday, October 8, 2010

BIG NEWS!!!

Dallas Cowboys greats Roger Staubach and Troy Aikman announced that The Salvation Army will be the owner and operator of the newly announced Super Bowl XLV Youth Education Town (YET) in Arlington, TX.

The $2 million project will target homeless and at-risk youth in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area, specifically those from neighborhoods that suffer from higher crime, drug, and gang activity levels.

The Salvation Army is honored to be a part of this initiative and have the opportunity to expand service to the community.

What exactly will the center have to offer? Everything from a fitness area and athletic fields to computer labs, music instruction, film and video production and more. Adult continuing education and drug prevention programs will also be offered, along with an expansion of The Salvation Army’s emergency financial assistance program, food pantry, and after-school programs. Learn more about NFL YETs here.

Officials say they even hope to finish it before the 2012 Super Bowl! Get more details at Dallas Morning News.

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