The Salvation Army National Headquarters surveyed over 30 of its U.S. food assistance programs from Oct. 20, 2010, to Nov. 22, 2010, measuring demand for services, food supply and donations. The results, released Jan. 18 and titled Feeding the Need,
Preventing homelessness and serving the needs of those at imminent risk of losing housing—or already homeless—is a top priority at The Salvation Army Grass Valley (Calif.) Corps, led by corps officers Captains Donald and Martha Sheppard.
Cynthia Sutter-Tkel, social services consultant for the Golden State Division, shares an experience during a client interview, part of the Social Services review of the San Francisco Family Services Department.
The Salvation Army’s San Francisco Family Services Department is a large operation, encompassing multiple corps locations with family service caseworkers, a family service center, a central kitchen and a home-delivered meal program—Meals that Heal. With all this to manage, what
When Cliff Spencer, a Salvation Army volunteer, heard that the Hawaii National Guard wanted to help the orphans of Iraqi policemen killed in the line of duty, he returned to The Salvation Army Kahului Corps and Point Man Ministries to
Major Victor Doughty, Intermountain Division (Colo.) divisional commander, receives a check and congratulations from Dan Visser, president of Denver Mattress Company, from its annual Operation Rest Assured charity campaign.
The last part of an eight-part series that explores the United Nations’ eight Millennium Development Goals to eradicate poverty and achieve basic human rights for all people, and that details Salvation Army work to accomplish the goals.