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23 Oct 2020

Need a Costume?

Visit Your Local Salvation Army Family Store. Halloween is fast approaching, and you may find yourself in need of a scary or funny disguise to help celebrate the holiday. Your

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19 Oct 2020

Saving the American Dream

Soon after the COVID-19 shutdown early this spring, members of the Salvation Army’s advisory board in Akron, Ohio, saw the ominous clouds of an economic storm gathering. Many businesses across

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18 Oct 2020

Finding them a home

And Jesus said to him, “Foxes have holes, and birds of the air have nests, but the Son of Man has nowhere to lay his head.” —Matthew 8:20 In 2016,

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05 Oct 2020

Majors Doris and Craig Haggerty: The Army and us

Majors Doris and Craig Haggerty, corps officers in Hyannis, Mass., in Cape Cod, talk about their ministry of outreach to the homeless community in Hyannis. We are a church. The

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01 Oct 2020

‘Doing something’ during COVID–19

“Jesus replied, ‘They do not need to go away. You give them something to eat.’” —Matthew 14:16 “Do something” was the command of Salvation Army Founder William Booth when he

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29 Sep 2020

Dashing to your door

Partnerships have been an ongoing storyline as The Salvation Army battles the COVID-19 pandemic. That has never been truer than in the state of Connecticut. Governor Ned Lamont recently announced

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Spiritual Life Development

16 Oct 2020

Pupils in a pod

During the summer, Brianne Sherman and her 6-year-old son Logan moved from California to Lexington, Ky. Logan loved going to the Salvation Army’s Boys & Girls Club of the Bluegrass

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14 Oct 2020

From café to classroom

This year, COVID–19 put a stop to the Salvation Army’s Corning, N.Y., Corps’ popular Kids Café afterschool program. Around that time, the corps’ summer camp also closed. Families in the

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09 Oct 2020

Jumpstarting Christmas

COVID-19 has thrown The Salvation Army’s typical Christmas fundraising campaigns for a loop. Nationally, the Army expects that 155 percent more people will seek Christmas assistance this year. The U.S.

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