Indiana Corps program works to offset high costs of care for premature babies and offer support to their families. By Jared McKiernan - One in eight babies are born prematurely in the U.S. For parents, this can be a scary and emotional time.
Team prepares for the challenge of educating the cadets. By Karen Gleason - Over two decades ago, then-Lt. Brian Saunders stood on the Western Territory’s training college campus with his friend, then-Cadet Rob Birks, and said, “Wouldn’t it be great if we
‘My Life My Choice’ group promotes human trafficking awareness. Eight girls recently graduated from the My Life My Choice (MLMC) group at The Salvation Army Seeds of Hope anti-human trafficking program in Las Vegas. Created through the Justice Resource Institute
My confession to a cadet on the kind of place where intellectual work can flourish. By James Cresswell, Dr. - I teach psychology at William and Catherine Booth University College in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Recently, a cadet from the nearby affiliated training
[gss gallery ids="17576,17574,17572,17575,17573,17571,17570,17565,17569,17568,17567,17566,17564,17543"] The Salvation Army Hadleigh Farm and Training Centre boasts rare breeds, open air and a training program that continues to fulfill a vision of William Booth. By Karen Gleason - “Are you the lady here for the goats?” I was, sort of.
Salvation Army receives large forest donation, which is being used for therapy. By Tahreem Pasha-Glenn - When Dr. Paul and Joan Broome donated 500 acres of Wyoming land to The Salvation Army in 2014, the Army decided to allow the public to
Youth employees at Camp Mt. Crags and Gilmore get opportunities to earn and learn. By Chadwick Phillips - The Salvation Army has fostered faith in children and young adults through camp since 1939, and every summer, thousands of kids arrive ready to
El Cajon Corps mission group installs income-generating grinding mill By Terry Masango, Captain - I grew up in poverty, in Harare, Zimbabwe, in the ghetto, Highfield. Now, after living in the developed world for over 15 years, I returned home to astounding
The Salvation Army sets up a charging station at its Portland women’s shelter. If you fully drain and recharge your iPhone every day, the electricity cost is about 25 cents per year. SOURCE: Electric Power Research Institute, Apple The Salvation Army Female Emergency
Salvation Army opens cooling stations to help individuals facing homeless. Texas heat can be dangerous, especially for those experiencing homelessness. The leading cause of extreme weather-related death in the U.S. is extreme heat waves, according to the Centers for Disease Control and
Hurricane Katrina struck southern areas of the U.S. 10 years ago this week, a devastating event in one of the most active and expensive hurricane seasons in American history. With an established presence across the states, The Salvation Army was
For 20 years, Ferrell Irvine has taught an Alcoholics Anonymous-based workshop that she developed for The Salvation Army. By Ingrid Baratt - For therapist Ferrell Irvine, the 12-step program is a “spiritual growth journey” for everyone. Based on the original Alcoholics Anonymous steps,