Clarence M. Jackson, Sr., 78, Tlingit tribal leader and Salvationist, was promoted to Glory Jan. 31 from the Bartlett Regional Hospital in Juneau, Alaska. Jackson was born May 24, 1934, in Kake, Alaska, and graduated from Sheldon Jackson College in Sitka,
PAPUA NEW GUINEA—The Mary and Martha Child Care Centre at Koki recently celebrated Early Childhood Care and Development Day at the school. Manager Diane Haro stressed the importance of early childhood learning. “When the child reaches the age of 7, their
John Berglund, emergency services director for the Greater New York Division, joined IHQ International Emergency Services (IES) personnel in Nairobi, Kenya, in January to train Salvation Army officers in capacity building and emergency management. The team also worked with territorial
The 32 musicians of the Western Territory Staff Band recently traveled to Long Beach, Calif., to practice together and share in musical ministry. Ronald Waiksnoris, bandmaster of the New York Staff Band—The Salvation Army’s oldest staff band—was the special guest. “It was
Vida will be launched at the Spanish Western Bible Conference in May. By Vivian Gatica Vida will replace Nuevas as the new Spanish-language publication of New Frontier Publications, and will be available to the public in early April. The magazine will feature
The Salvation Army reacts to recent legislation and its repercussions. By Jared McKiernan Many organizations within the nonprofit sector are bracing for uncertainty after Congress passed legislation that limits charitable tax deductions for Americans in higher income tax brackets. The Pease limitations, which
American donors helped The Salvation Army reach a new record through its 2012 Red Kettle Campaign—$148.7 million collected through nickels, dimes, quarters and dollars (and the occasional diamond ring or gold tooth). During the 122nd annual campaign, which ran from Nov.
The Salvation Army is the top recipient of Orange County Register reader program. By Kevin White Orange County Register readers recently selected The Salvation Army as their favorite non-profit organization in the newspaper’s “Golden Envelope” voucher program. The newspaper sent 124,000 subscribers a