TOP

Senior center brings support to older adults in Modesto Senior center brings support to older adults in Modesto Read More How one Salvation Army Kroc Center is celebrating people with disabilities through theater How one Salvation Army Kroc Center is celebrating people with disabilities through theater Read More How The Salvation Army brings the holidays to those in emergency foster care How The Salvation Army brings the holidays to those in emergency foster care Read More Need to clean for Christmas? This daily guide will maximize your efforts to help others Need to clean for Christmas? This daily guide will maximize your efforts to help others Read More

Get the Do Good Digest.

Because being a nice human always has a place in your day. Join 21k+ people who care in finding weekly inspiration right inside your inbox.

Video + Podcast

Hygge. From a Norwegian term meaning “to comfort” or “to console,” hygge has gained in popularity in recent years. There’s even a hygge line at Target. But it’s more than cozy living. As author Jamie Erickson says, it’s a way of making the

At Christmas, kettles allow The Salvation Army to personally interact with the people who donate to support community programs. This year we wanted to hear why they are so inclined to give, so we went out to a few Salvation

Right about now, as you are dashing through the snow…or around town…you might be wishing upon a star for a way to hit pause. Maybe you could use a prayer for hope. Or a prayer for paying the bills. A prayer for when

David Kwan-Yong Kang survived an astonishingly difficult childhood. Orphaned at two years old after his father was killed during the opening salvos of the Korean War in 1950, he lived on the streets of Seoul with other abandoned youths. He

As I often say, you’ve probably seen the red kettles and thrift stores, and while we’re rightfully well known for both, The Salvation Army is so much more than red kettles and thrift stores. We even covered the who, what, where,

You’ve no doubt seen a Salvation Army red kettle—maybe you’ve seen one already this Christmas season. It is an iconic part of The Salvation Army and of Christmastime itself. What started in 1891 with one creative Salvation Army officer or pastor wanting