COVID-19 has done a number on the small community of Barre, Vt. Lieutenant Christopher West said that before COVID-19 struck, the corps helped 200 to 225 people a week. That
Lieutenant Ismael Ortiz of the Wilkes-Barre, Pa., Citadel Corps says people are “terrified” as COVID-19 continues to ravage his community. “It’s been very challenging, trying to get volunteers for the
El COVID-19 atacó ciudades grandes, densamente pobladas, y afectó mucho las zonas rurales. He aquí algunos informes desde algunas zonas afectadas. Queens, NY—Durante este tiempo de gran necesidad el Templo
“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
Five years ago, born–again Christians Frank and Shelley Dostie sold their Connecticut home and all their worldly possessions and bought a 29–foot recreational vehicle (RV). They decided to roam the
Captain Charles Adams said New Haven, Conn., had become “quite a hotspot” for COVID–19 during May. “We have quite a few cases here, which is keeping people inside,” Adams said.
In early May, 114 families enjoyed “Shark Week” at The Salvation Army corps in Atlantic City, N.J. The corps received a “fin–tastic” donation of 114 pounds of Shortfin Mako Shark