The erratic blaze was only 4 percent contained, as of Thursday morning. As the Blue Cut fire blazes through parts of San Bernardino County, The Salvation Army of Victorville has teamed up with The American Red Cross of the Inland Empire
Salvationists join from seven countries By Andrew Hannevik - Chief of the Staff Commissioner Brian Peddle and World Secretary for Women's Ministries Commissioner Rosalie Peddle served as guest leaders of the recent Nordic congress in Oslo, Norway, attended by Salvationists from
Nearly 4,000 acres and 175 structures have been destroyed. The Salvation Army continue to serve first responders and evacuees of the Clayton Fire in Lake County, Calif., as more than 1,500 residents remain evacuated. Roughly 2,500 Clearlake-area residents were allowed home Tuesday,
As U.S. college debt crisis tops $1 trillion, The Salvation Army devises new ways to help keep students afloat. The junior stays quiet while his classmates talk about their mounting student debt. Jerry Bazilme, 21, studies physical education at the University of
A professional mentoring initiative in Buffalo produces tangible results. In Buffalo, N.Y., which owns the fourth highest poverty rate in the nation, The Salvation Army has designed an initiative to unite low-income job seekers with skilled mentors to create new possibilities.
By Jon Kalahar - Due to historic rainfall across southern Louisiana and parts of Mississippi thousands of people are without homes and The Salvation Army of Greater Baton Rouge's campus is among the structures damaged. Resources from across the Alabama, Louisiana, and
Event raises $97,000 to support Red Shield Community Center By Peter Michelini - The Salvation Army Red Shield Community Center in Modesto, Calif., recently held its 20th annual Kidz Day event as 350 volunteers took to the streets to sell a