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Theirs is the first coffee house venture by the Cleveland corps of The Salvation Army.

First coffee house venture of The Salvation Army

Joel and Cheryl Rogers are home. They were not always Clevelanders. Joel, having grown up in Franklin, N.C., moved to Cleveland in 2004 to attend Lee University, and Cheryl grew up in Silva, N.C., some 20 minutes from Joel. However, over the last 14 years this hardworking couple has become firmly entrenched within the community, […]

Director of Social Services Robert Galan says bridge stands for Building Resilience in Discipline, Growth and Empowerment.

Salvation Army ‘blessed’ with bigger building

Attendees at the ribbon cutting ceremony for Salvation Army’s new building in Washougal whooped and applauded Saturday as members of the nonprofit and community lauded the efforts it took to complete the project are feeling blessed. “People in need frequently come and spend the day at the day shelter. We’re blessed by the new building,” […]

Old Orchard Beach Salvation Army receives grant from United Way

The Salvation Army of Old Orchard Beach has been awarded a two-year grant from United Way of York County totaling $20,600. Through the mobilization of resources, expertise and funds that support programs focused on the essentials of education, financial stability and health, United Way of York County advances the common good and strengthens the whole […]

New GPS technology helps disaster units offer better service

New GPS technology helps disaster units offer better service

In times of disaster and peril, many rely on The Salvation Army and, with a new initiative, those in need will be better informed and easier to serve. In partnership with US Fleet Tracking, the Army will begin rolling out new GPS tracking technology for monitoring disaster assets including canteens, tractor trailers and a wide […]

New GPS technology helps disaster units offer better service

The Salvation Army Continues to Serve Following Tragic Parkland Shooting

Broward County, FL – The Salvation Army of Broward and Palm Beach Counties continue to serve in the aftermath of the tragic shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Immediately following the shooting, Majors Keath and Candice Biggers, Fort Lauderdale Area Commanders, reported to the Broward County’s Emergency Operations Center to help assess community needs […]