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Sarah’s new start, with help from The Salvation Army

Submitted by on November 8, 2013 – No Comment

Photo by John Docter

Photo by John Docter

Sarah moved with her husband and son hoping that a new location might be the end of her old life.

Unfortunately, her husband brought his controlling, abusive behavior with him. When she finally mustered the courage to speak up about his unloving treatment, he left her and took their son.

Alone, broke and devastated, Sarah asked one of our Red Kettle bell ringers where she could go to get some food. Not surprisingly, the bellringer directed her to The Salvation Army.

Watch the video below to find out how the Army cared for Sarah and how she’s blossomed.

We thank God for the opportunities He gives us to love people like Sarah.

If you’d like to help, please click here for a link to our donation page and specify where you’d like your gift to be used.

Thank you!


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