By Caramie Schnell Petrowsky - A miter saw buzzes loudly as seven men work together to cut boards in the courtyard of The Salvation Army Aurora (Colo.) Corps Community Center. It’s a sunny Tuesday in November, and the men are building two

[gss gallery ids="17391,17390,17393,17389"] ‘I’ll Fight Day’ promotes servant evangelism Corps cadets from Rita, Republic of the Marshall Islands, visited the local jail Dec. 5 to observe The Salvation Army’s “I’ll Fight Day,” which annually provides youth the opportunity for servant evangelism—to share the

New National Advisory Board member sparked her own creativity thanks to the Army. By Suzanne Niles - Salvation Army National Advisory Board member Kathleen Cooke, co-owner of Cooke Pictures with her husband, Phil Cooke, credits a Salvation Army family store with prompting

Salvation Army responds to community concerns, while ensuring safety for clients. By Caramie Schnell -  The Salvation Army Winter Warming Shelter in Colorado Springs reopened for its second winter season with a handful of changes implemented in light of complaints logged by