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Buy this poster; help shelter, feed and educate girls in India

Submitted by on May 3, 2011 – No Comment

It really is that simple.

When you purchase this limited edition poster by the talented Alejandro Fuentes –  Los Fokos – you’ll help The Salvation Army’s Girls’ Home in Andhra Pradesh, India.  

:: Click here to be connected to the Wardrobe Army Apparel website to buy the poster.

The “Lion of God” image on the poster is a tribute to Frederick Booth-Tucker and The Salvation Army’s commitment to meet human needs without discrimination.  Booth-Tucker opened the Army’s work in India and ministered under the name Fakir Singh, translated to mean “Lion of God.”

He was so committed to sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ with Indian people, that he not only adapted Salvation Army culture and practice, he adopted Indian culture.  

To read more about this remarkable man in Army history, please click here.

When you purchase the poster, 100% of the proceeds will be used to support The Salvation Army’s Eluru Girls’ Home in Andhra Pradesh, India. The Girls’ Home houses 60 girls, providing them food, clothing and educational opportunities at The Salvation Army school located on the compound.

Each of the 50 limited-edition posters will be signed by the artist. Get yours today!

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