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A volunteer experience at The Salvation Army changed Carissa’s life and plans

Submitted by on April 26, 2013 – No Comment

Photo credit: John Docter

Carissa needed to get some volunteer hours for school so her friend suggested she contact The Salvation Army.

Concerned about what she thought would be “church people,” Carissa gave it a reluctant try and learned something about herself in the process.

The experience changed her life and her future. Watch the brief video below to find out more about Carissa’s story.

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