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Join us to wish The Salvation Army a Happy Founders Day via social media

Submitted by on June 24, 2014 – No Comment
Salvation Army founder William Booth preaching to an assembled crowd

Salvation Army founder William Booth preaching to an assembled crowd

The Salvation Army staff at our International Headquarters in London is asking that all friends of the Army and those of us who manage Twitter, Facebook or Tumblr accounts for the Army sign up to share a special Founder’s Day message on July 2.

We’ll be using a social media utility called Thunderclap to send out a simultaneous social media message across a number of platforms.

:: Here’s a link to Thunderclap where you can sign up your Army and / or personal accounts.

Once you sign up, your account(s) will automatically share the following message at 12:00 Noon London time on July 2, 2014:

“Happy 149th birthday Salvation Army! Meeting needs in 126 countries worldwide: thanks for being there. #SAFoundersDay http://thndr.it/1hQXbYX”

I just signed up my personal Facebook and Twitter accounts and it only took a minute or two.

Please join us to wish The Salvation Army a happy 149th anniversary of serving God by serving the people He loves.

Thank you!

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