Alaska Fights Human Trafficking

Tuesday, March 4, 2014
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Stephanie Pavlakis is the social justice program specialist for the Alaska Division. The following was originally featured in Caring Magazine, a publication of The Salvation Army Western Territory…

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High-profile Chef Joins Salvation Army

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Jeff Ansorge had spent eight years as executive chef at one of the finest and most prestigious restaurants in Minneapolis. But when he became a Christian two years ago, he just couldn’t do the job anymore. Something had changed.

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Salvation Army Leader To Present at UN Commission On the Status of Women

Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Thousands of women will gather in New York City this weekend for the 2013 Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations headquarters in New York…

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Planting Seeds of Opportunity in Billings, MT

Wednesday, June 6, 2012
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What goes around comes around.

At least that’s the motto that Majors Kevin and Linda Jackson have been using since they began working at The Salvation Army in Billings, MT just under two years ago.

Upon beginning their service in Montana, the Jacksons found there was something lacking in the long-term outcomes of their social services. Were they meeting the big picture needs of their clientele by feeding them once in awhile? Were they truly helping to break the cycle of poverty?

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Honoring Excellence in Social Service

Monday, April 16, 2012

Ready for Mission, Equipped for Service That was the theme of The Salvation Army‘s National Social Services and Disaster Management Conference that was held last month in Phoenix. The…

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The Faces of The Salvation Army

Thursday, October 8, 2009

It’s easy to support an organization that you know to be doing good in the community.  It’s not difficult to send a check or say a prayer to…

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Answering the Call

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Mike Rodgers, captain of Salvation Army’s Hickory Corps in Mount Airy, North Carolina, had watched the devastation with everyone else. Unseasonal rains poured on Georgia and Tennessee causing…

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Houston Fundraiser Lands Unique Talent

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

When it comes to Ben Stein – his monotone voice, dry humor and sarcastic wit – most people either love him or hate him. The Salvation Army Greater…

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‘Change’ for Good

Monday, September 28, 2009

Now through October 1st, shoppers at Kroger Supermarkets can “round up” the balance of their purchases to help those affected by floods in Georgia. WTOC News in Savannah,…

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Kroc Vision Coming to Fruition

Friday, September 25, 2009

This weekend another Kroc Center will open; this time in Salem, OR. The centers, funded by the estate of Ray and Joan Kroc, are planned for multiple, diverse…

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