24 Mar 2021

Bringing Global warmth

Spring has finally arrived, but it can still get a bit nippy outside. That’s why Ysabel Martinez was so happy when her daughter, Dilayla, received a free coat in late

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22 Mar 2021

Sheetz for the kidz

Sheetz is a lot more than just your friendly neighborhood convenience store. For several years, The Salvation Army and Sheetz have collaborated to bring holiday cheer to underprivileged children. In

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19 Mar 2021

Mind, body, and soul

Lieutenant Alex Senak is only 31, but he never wants to be seen as the “old guy.” He and his wife, Lieutenant Kelsey Senak, who lead The Salvation Army’s Allegheny

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18 Mar 2021

Restoring Dignity

Starting this month, Dignity Matters, a Massachusetts-based organization that supplies hygiene products and personal apparel for homeless or disadvantaged women and girls, will partner with the Salvation Army’s Boston South

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12 Mar 2021

A record breaker in Cincy

Every year since 1993, the crowds in Cincinnati have converged on the Crib of the Nativity display at Eden Park’s Krohn Conservatory to take in the Christmas spirit and help

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11 Mar 2021

A familiar face in Rutland

With seven children and 20 grandchildren, Cheryl Clark has a lot of birthdays to remember. Clark’s children are the reason she found The Salvation Army in Rutland, Vt., some 20

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10 Mar 2021

Continuing to help, undeterred

Montclair’s Victorian homes, art galleries, and international restaurants belie the homelessness  that also exists in this affluent New Jersey township. “The numbers may not be like New York or Newark,

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08 Mar 2021

A marriage, a ministry, and a message

Love for God and each other is the priority for Lieutenants Yuco A. and Danielle J. Hall. This newly married couple and leaders of the New York (The Temple) N.Y.,

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03 Mar 2021

Ending the homelessness cycle

Homelessness can assume many faces. Some people live on the street due to serious mental illness, substance misuse, HIV, and other chronic health conditions. Others survive domestic abuse or military

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02 Mar 2021

Fighting the war online

Ohio ranks fifth in the country for human trafficking, according to statistics from the National Human Trafficking Hotline. The evil continues during COVID-19 as traffickers have turned to the web

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24 Feb 2021

Finding strength in weakness

When Jennifer Pizzirusso was born 30 years ago, her parents received terrible news. Doctors diagnosed Jennifer with a heart condition known as pulmonary stenosis. In short, her pulmonary heart valve

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22 Feb 2021

Tebow Hangs them Up

Tim Tebow, the former NFL quarterback who tried his hand at baseball the past five years, announced this week that he is retiring. A born-again Christian, Tebow appeared in the

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