Like all giving to The Salvation Army, it's all about local. That's one of many things people like best about us. When you put money in the kettle or respond to a fundraising email or letter, your gift stays in your community to care for people who struggling to make ends meet. What is the Salvation Army Doing? The Salvation Army Liberia Command is responding to the outbreak. There are currently 6 projects in Liberia that have helped over 23,000 people. In Sierra Leone, also a part of Liberia Command, a project will start soon to assist 4,500 people. These projects have assisted those in quarantine with food, provided chlorine, awareness raising campaigns, assistance to families who have lost family members and personal protective equipment for health [READ MORE]   Commissioner David Jeffrey, National Commander of The Salvation Army, met with Senior White House officials and other faith-based leaders at the White House in late October to...It’s no secret that it has become unseasonably cold for many parts of The United States. And with the temperatures continuing to drop, it’s time to bundle up....Every year we're blown away by how radically generous people are with their neighbors in need at Christmas. Just yesterday we heard about a Chicago couple who had their dream Christmas-themed wedding. But not only do they get to spend the rest of their lives together, they celebrated their union by asking their guests show their love to others.With the Christmas season approaching, it’s easy to get wrapped up with the ever growing list of to-dos like buying gifts, baking, attending and throwing parties, that often...With our 124th Red Kettle Campaign almost underway, we’re curious to know: What’s your motivation for grabbing loose change before approaching a Red Kettle bell ringer outside of...With Thanksgiving only two weeks away, the 2014 holiday season of gatherings, celebrations, and of course, giving is nearly in full swing .While party planning, spiced lattes, and... Jackson, MS (11-14-2014) - Disaster Management students from Ohio Christian University (OCU) in Circleville, Ohio visited the Emergency Disaster Services center in Jackson Thursday.  The students are in route to the International Association of Emergency Managers conference in San Antonio, TX, but decided to swing through Jackson to get an up-close look at faith-based emergency response activities in the field.  The ALM EDS Director, Thad Hicks was the former Disaster [READ MORE] New Orleans, LA, (11-13-2014) - Due to cold weather impacting New Orleans, LA, The Salvation Army will be patrolling the streets of New Orleans to assist those in need.  The COLD PATROL utilizes The Salvation Army’s full-service mobile canteen on wheels to distribute gloves, hats, blankets, coffee and hot chocolate to those exposed to the severe weather.  The canteen will deploy at 8pm on November 13th and will patrol throughout the night.  An [READ MORE]
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