03 May 2020

Mother of the Kroc

Members of Joanne Small’s community lovingly gave her the title “Mother of the Kroc” because she was a warm, motherly soul with a love for people and boundless energy to

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02 May 2020

Lyell’s House

The bright, well–maintained, two–story brick home near the corner of Madison Avenue and Linden Street in Bethlehem, Pa., could be mistaken for a typical family residence or even a college

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01 May 2020

Donut Day

On the first Friday of June, National Donut Day is celebrated by store chains, supermarkets, and Salvation Army corps (churches) across the country. A tradition since 1938, the holiday honors

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01 May 2020

Jennifer Groff

Jennifer Groff, the community engagement director at The Salvation Army of Greater New York, talks about how social journalism became her path to fighting human trafficking, why Christmas starts early

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11 Mar 2020

Adventure corps

In his youth, Gene Spence belonged to the Adventure Corps. Years later as a cadet at the College for Officer Training (CFOT) in Suffern, N.Y., Spence got a look into

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11 Mar 2020

Lieutenant Stanley Weems

Lieutenant Stanley Weems, assistant administrator and chaplain at the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) in Paterson, N.J., talks about helping beneficiaries forgive themselves, the importance of being a “living

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11 Mar 2020

Finding Life Support

Brendaliz Arroyo, a social service case worker, welcomes every woman she meets at the Salvation Army’s Greenfield, Mass., Corps. They walk into her office and see a proud mother. Her

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31 Jan 2020

Pathway of Hope

“Pathway of Hope is the evolution of what The Salvation Army has provided since its creation,” says Cheryl Wilson, case manager at the Army’s Buffalo, N.Y., Area Services Center. “The

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31 Jan 2020

Kevin George

Kevin George, an employee at the Salvation Army’s Boston, Mass., South End Corps Community Center, talks about how his daughter got her name,  cooking classes in Adventure Corps, and growing

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03 Dec 2019

Bell ringers

David Webber, a retired veteran of the U.S. Army Reserves, has been at the Salvation Army’s Pittsfield, Mass., Corps for the past five years. A well–known figure in the community,

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