A Christmas tree with presents and the sound of familiar Christmas carols set the mood as civic leaders took the runway for the 32nd annual Christmas in September fashion show and luncheon, held by The Salvation Army Santa Monica Corps,
Twelve concerned individuals met at The Salvation Army’s Golden State Divisional Headquarters in San Francisco before setting out on an educational prayer walk through the city’s Tenderloin district—characterized by higher crime and lower income—to raise awareness of human trafficking.
“Welcome to the SOMA Corps,” is what visitors will now hear when entering what was until recently The Salvation Army’s Asian American Yerba Buena Corps, in San Francisco, Calif. SOMA stands for South of Market—a name that reflects the corps’
Each August, boxes filled with plain teddy bears arrive at The Salvation Army’s Divisional Headquarters in Anchorage, Alaska. Some bears are white; others brown. Some are decorated with ribbons; others aren’t. However they arrive, within a few weeks, the 200
Over 100 cadets and officers traveled from Crestmont to San Francisco (Calif.), at the invitation of Golden State divisional leaders Lt. Colonels Joe and Shawn Posillico, to take part in a Fall Blitz Evangelistic Campaign. Team leaders were Majors Steve
Commissioners William A. and Nancy L. Roberts were recently installed as national leaders of The Salvation Army in the United States at a ceremony held at The Salvation Army Mayfair Community Church in Chicago, Ill., conducted by Commissioners Barry C.
The familiar sound of bells ringing alongside the famous red kettles is a holiday tradition outside storefronts and on sidewalks this time of year. But you can also be a bell ringer without standing in the cold, from the comfort