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Showing women their true beauty

Submitted by on March 7, 2011 – No Comment

Many American women are struggling.

Lots of them are trying to raise kids on one income or none at all. Some are trying to heal from addictions or shield their families from violence in the home. Others are retired and isolated, looking for fellowship.

Thankfully, there are hundreds of Salvation Army ministries in communities across the country where they can go to get help or simply get connected to someone who cares.

We have family service centers, rehabilitation programs, emergency shelters, outreach ministries for seniors, and residences for pregnant or parenting teens. Our goal is to meet the specific needs of women in whatever circumstance they’re in.

Here is the sixth in our series of accountability sheets; “Showing women their true beauty“.

Click on the link below to be connected to the sheet on Scribd. From there you can download and print a copy!

Showing Women their True Beauty

Feel free to link to the sheet from your Facebook or Twitter feed, or print it out and use it when you go on donor calls. Use it however you’d like. It’s your resource.

There will be a new accountability sheet on this blog space every Monday for the next few weeks. Each sheet will also become its own page under the heading “accountability” in the navigation bar above.

:: Click here for a link to the “accountability” page on this blog.

If you have any questions, comments or ideas about how to use these sheets, please let me know!

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