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Lost at sea

Wilson grew up attending church with his grandparents, who adopted him. He also grew up helping on fishing vessels in Alaska. “There’s something about b...

Moving to learn

We all want the best for our kids. For some, that means trying a new life, in a new place, where children will hopefully have better opportunity. That’s the...

Homeless to home

Illness and relocation left a family of seven out in the cold until they met The Salvation Army. Fifteen-year-old Kayden Kuewa quietly tucked his younger bro...

Finding a way out

One day, Lydia was walking with her son through downtown Santa Ana, Calif., passed a storefront food pantry serving the homeless, when she suddenly broke down i...

Reconnecting family

“Family is what drives these searches. People might have everything else in place—their finances, shelter, food—but without that relative, they just don’t feel ...

Sheltering survivors

Part of a vital partnership between law enforcement, faith-based organizations and nonprofits, The Salvation Army of Orange County has operated an eight-bed saf...