21 Aug 2020

The ‘army’ behind the Army

When Majors Moises and Jacqueline Rivera arrived at the Salvation Army’s Vineland , N.J., Corps last year, they immediately saw that the need in that community was larger than they

20 Aug 2020

Back to Dance!

With plans for the fall beginning to take form, we wanted to share some information that we hope will be helpful in your planning. Below you will find information for teaching

20 Aug 2020

It’s not over until it’s over

EDS and Social Services team up against COVID–19 Heroism happens when people care so much for others that they forget about themselves and instead focus on the common good. Such

11 Aug 2020

The COVID Rollercoaster

I don’t know about you, but these last couple of months have taken me on an emotional rollercoaster in ways I don’t think I have ever before experienced. The biggest

10 Aug 2020

Finding her niche

Robin Brennan couldn’t just sit on the sidelines when COVID-19 hit. She wanted to get involved. In the end, she found her niche as a volunteer with The Salvation Army.

09 Aug 2020

‘Here for good’

Governor Charlie Baker called The Salvation Army an “incredible partner” in the battle against COVID-19 during a recent tour of the food hub in Lynn, Mass. After his tour, Baker

07 Aug 2020

In Puerto Rico, disaster recovery continues

In the fall of 2017, Hurricanes Irma and Maria devastated Puerto Rico. They caused over $90 billion in damages and became the worst natural disasters in the island’s history. Almost

04 Aug 2020

Church in a box

The “Camp in a Box” initiative was a huge success this summer, but in the early days of COVID-19, The Salvation Army in Marietta, Ohio, offered something called “Church in

02 Aug 2020

Now, he’s a giver

It’s a sweltering summer day as Envoy Kevin Knappins pulls up to a city park in Sandusky, Ohio. His van is full of food. The people in the park recognize

31 Jul 2020

COVID–19 and mental health

The onslaught of COVID–19 has forced everyone to shelter in place and to worry about the ever–present danger of life–threatening illness and mortality. The harsh reality of disrupted routines, important

27 Jul 2020

76ers with the assist

The National Basketball Association (NBA) season, shortened by COVID-19, resumes this Thursday. However, the employees of the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden, N.J., have been ready

24 Jul 2020

Everyone needs a hero

The COVID-19 pandemic has revealed many heroes, but superheroes of a traditional kind descended on Washington, Pa., recently to help the corps conduct a drive-thru fundraiser for back-to-school supplies. Robin