Resolved to be Healthier? Add ‘Giving Back’ to the Checklist.

Wednesday, January 15, 2014
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If you’ve resolved to maintain good health in 2014, add ‘giving back’ to your daily checklist. That’s right, being selfless reaps some self-serving health benefits. A 2013 study…

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Coming Soon: “The Christmas Candle” Movie Inspires Service & Goodness

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

There’s no denying that Christmas is fast approaching; reindeer and pumpkins have been competing for department store shelf space since August. With unrealistic to-dos of spending, buying gifts,…

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Avocado Chicken. Don’t mind if I do.

Friday, September 20, 2013
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The countdown to the weekend begins! But before you head off we want to share another delicious recipe from The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Cookbook, in…

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Chew on This Classic Comfort Food From Our Disaster Services Cookbook

Friday, September 13, 2013
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While every disaster merits a unique response, the core of The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) program is meeting basic needs like food and shelter. Salvation Army…

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Single or Attached: Here are 8 Ways to Celebrate Love This Valentine’s Day

Tuesday, February 5, 2013
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The annual day of romance is almost upon us, a holiday that’s hard to miss. Stores have helpfully reminded us since Christmas, covering shelves with all-things red, pink…

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National Commander Encourages College Students to Serve

Wednesday, September 19, 2012
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“In God’s kingdom, this King rules with a towel and not a sword. If you would be great, you must learn to serve.” Chapel attendees at Regent University…

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Doctor, Soldier, Musician & Healer

Monday, June 18, 2012
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The following interview was featured in War Cry, a national publication of The Salvation Army. Click here to subscribe online. **** USAF Major Bethany Mikles enjoys a challenging…

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Scout’s Service Project Lends Amazing Results Benefitting Salvation Army

Thursday, July 29, 2010

When 18 year-old Kevin Grosso set out to accomplish his Leadership Service Project in order to earn his Eagle Scout designation, it sounds like even he was surprised by what he was capable of.

The Eagle Scout Leadership Service Project is the culmination of a scout’s training and an opportunity for him to demonstrate his leadership skills. After deciding against some initial project ideas, Kevin determined he wanted to do something that the community truly needed. He then approached his local Salvation Army in Nashua, NH asking how he could be of greatest service to them.

The Nashua Salvation Army just happened to be down to their last few diapers, which they said is always a significant need, so Kevin’s project became suddenly clear: a diaper drive.

In four months, by setting up drop-off stations, seeking donations, and organizing events, Kevin collected an amazing 15,500 diapers, a year’s supply for the Army!

Thanks, Kevin, for your hard work and choosing The Salvation Army as your partnering organization. Our clients will benefit greatly from the diapers you’ve worked tirelessly to collect.

And congratulations on earning your Eagle Scout rank. You earned it!

Read Kevin’s story in full here at The Nashua Telegraph.

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