Veterans face unique hardships during COVID-19 By Caitlin Johnston– Bonnie Romero has worked with veterans in Modesto, California, for nearly eight years, but she doesn’t remember ever being this exhausted. The coronavirus pandemic has interrupted lives, businesses, and communities nationwide. But the veterans

Nearly 250,000 people are under fire evacuation orders and warnings in Northern California, as three major fires continue to rage around the San Francisco Bay Area. The Salvation Army is providing life-sustaining resources to both first responders and evacuees impacted

Despite the pandemic, The Salvation Army of Spokane, Washington, in collaboration with Cenex Zip Trip, distributed 3,138 new backpacks—representing 1,277 families—with school supplies and face masks to local students, grades K-12, at the 11th Annual Backpacks for Kids event August

Anaheim Emergency Shelter and Tustin Ranch Corps work together to change lives. By Karen Gleason– The Salvation Army in Orange County, California, has been bridge-building lately—despite the pandemic—linking social services and corps ministry. A number of Anaheim Emergency Shelter (AES) residents are