Happy National Salvation Army Week!

Monday, May 13, 2013
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Today’s no ordinary Monday – it’s the first day of our 60th annual National Salvation Army Week. This week of recognition was first declared by President Dwight D. Eisenhower in…

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Donuts & Deals: Sprint Supports NSAW!

Wednesday, May 16, 2012
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It’s not even Donut Day but we’re already stuffed full of the doughy goodness!

Helping us celebrate National Salvation Army Week, representatives from well-known wireless company Sprint stopped by The Salvation Army’s National Headquarters (NHQ) this morning with coffee and a whole lotta’ donuts!

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“I’m Doing the Most Good in Worcester, MA!”

Tuesday, May 15, 2012
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For day two of National Salvation Army Week, this morning’s submission for our “I Do the Most Good” campaign comes from Worcester, MA!

The Transportation Manager at the College of the Holy Cross wanted to spotlight the amazing volunteers of Student Programs for Urban Development (SPUD), the College’s philanthropic group that serves community members in need every day of the week.

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She told us! Will you?

Friday, April 27, 2012

In celebration of National Salvation Army Week (NSAW), May 14-20, we’re highlighting the amazing individuals who volunteer their time to make this life a little better for those in need.

So, how do you “Do the Most Good” within your local community or around the world? 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.

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Share with us: “I Do the Most Good!”

Monday, April 2, 2012
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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.

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