21 Jun 2021

Reading and feeding

Kip Moore, who is no stranger to the theater, has a flair for the dramatic. So, when leaders of the Salvation Army’s Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in

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07 Apr 2021

Helping kids survive college

Just about everyone knows the essentials of college life: a grab-and-go breakfast, easy-to-make pasta dinners, and in today’s world, a supply of hand sanitizer. The Salvation Army’s Monessen, Pa., Worship

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02 Apr 2021

Food for Holy Week

More than a year after COVID-19 first ravaged the country, people are being vaccinated, slowly returning to work, and receiving government stimulus checks to help recover. Things are looking up,

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29 Jan 2021

Preaching a message of hope

To most people, they’re known simply as the “Elks Lodge.” However, the official name of the national fraternal organization is the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. The Vineland Elks Lodge

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27 Nov 2020

Beyond the horizon

An ongoing storyline in the fight against COVID–19 is the Salvation Army’s continued development of strategic partnerships. Such is the case in New Jersey, where the Army received grants in

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20 Nov 2020

Una señal de esperanza

El cierre por el COVID-19 causó que millones de personas perdieran sus empleos, dejándolos sin dinero para comprar comida y otras provisiones, y hasta temerosos de dejar sus hogares. Sin

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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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18 Sep 2020

A sign of hope

The COVID–19 shutdown caused millions of people to lose their jobs, leaving them without money to buy food and other provisions and afraid to even leave their homes. However, in

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10 Jul 2020

68 hours

Three out of every four students in Salem, Mass., receives a free or reduced school lunch. That’s fine when school is in session, but what about the weekend? What about

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23 Jun 2020

A moving donation

As many parts of the country are starting to reopen and return to some sense of normalcy from COVID–19, The Salvation Army in Bangor, Maine, is still feeding hungry families.

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17 Jun 2020

Building community bridges

When it comes to a disaster like COVID–19, The Salvation Army can’t go it alone. They have to have partners. Lieutenant Michael Borrero, the corps officer in Meriden, Conn., learned

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