locations provide food, rent and assistance with utility bills.
In March 1977 the Salvation Army
in Stockton took delivery of a new minibus for the elderly.
In Puszczewicz's words, Salvation Army
outlets have often been viewed as stinky, smelly thrift stores.
In addition to this human mandate, however, The Salvation Army
is driven by the mandate of Jesus Christ's example, a biblical mandate and a theological/historical mandate.
Copeland defends the specific purchase of the Holden home, which he found and recommended to the Salvation Army
office in New York that greenlighted the transaction, saying the $350,000 colonial was the only suitable house he could find in a good school district after more than a year of looking.
Living with and caring for Edward was my whole life, and although he is gone, it's great now to be at The Salvation Army
and have the opportunity to help others.
While we are doing everything possible to recover what has been taken, The Salvation Army
does carry insurance and is protected against these types of situations.
The Salvation Army
has been vital in helping hurricane survivors through the recovery process while maintaining their steadfast commitment to strengthening local communities," comments Laysha Ward, Target's vice president of community relations.
District Judge Sidney Stein dismissed a portion of a lawsuit filed by the New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU) that accused the Salvation Army
of improperly using government grants to discriminate in employment on the basis of religion.
Background: Before coming to Eugene, Murray and his wife, Florence, lived in Anchorage, where they were on staff at the Alaska Division Headquarters of the Salvation Army
Until 2001, for most people, mention of the Salvation Army
conjured up warm images of volunteers ringing bells during the winter holidays and workers dispensing clothing and food to the poor.