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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02 Nov 2019

Food Pantries

Lieutenants Joseph and Rebecca Smith came to the Salvation Army corps in Boyertown, Pa. with the goal of opening a food pantry where people had choices. “We wanted to make

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03 Oct 2019

After–school programs

Growing up in Colombia, Heidy Malaver dreamed of studying music. Although she took voice lessons and sang in a choir, finding teachers who were trained in playing musical instruments was

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31 Aug 2019

Emergency Disaster Services (EDS)

Last September Chris Farrand, then the director of Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) for The Salvation Army in Massachusetts, was alerted that two homes were on fire in the Merrimack Valley

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19 Jul 2019

The Old Orchard Beach Pier

“If you come back tomorrow, we’ll know how to make it for you,” said Sheila Lucero. A little boy had just asked her how to make a new balloon design.

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05 Jun 2019

The Freedom 5k

On the Monday morning of The Salvation Army’s annual week of camp meetings in Old Orchard Beach, Maine, as many as 200 people will dress in running shorts, sneakers, ball

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08 May 2019

Summer Camp

For Sarah Newell, a native of Northern Ireland, summer camp was something that she saw only in European countries such as France or Italy. But at 18, she wanted to

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02 Apr 2019

Hands On

Upon arriving at St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Matthew Rosamilia and the Salvation Army’s Hands On mission team noticed the roofs of many houses were missing. “We looked

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13 Mar 2019


Five years ago in Cleveland, Ohio, Major David Hernandez arrived at the Salvation Army’s Ohio City Corps and noticed how the city’s Department of Education promoted its preschools. “Ohio City

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07 Feb 2019

The Kroc Center in Ashland

When the Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Ashland, Ohio, opened its doors a decade ago as the Eastern Territory’s first Kroc Center, it became the face of

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17 Dec 2018

The Angel Tree

In 1998, John Maimone was introduced to The Salvation Army of Greater New York through his mother Gerri and the family’s elevator business. But it was not until 2002, as

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05 Nov 2018


When Major Victoria Edmonds was 16 years old, a school assignment required her and every student to be graded on a performance. Victoria decided to put on a timbrel show

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