Articles in Intermountain
It’s time to start thinking about what you’re going to wear on Friday, June 6 for National Donut Day. I’d recommend something with an elastic waistband. Just a thought.
This morning, The Salvation Army’s emergency disaster response personnel are supporting a large scale search and rescue operation for a missing father and son on Mt. Evans, located in the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, Colorado.
It’s been five months since the rains first pounded Colorado, and the world stopped for residents who watched their possessions wash away. In the small mountain community of Jamestown, infrastructure damage has kept residents out.
The Salvation Army in Ogden is honoring the final wish of a former employee, Douglas Holladay. He wants to ring the bell and collect donations for the Red Kettle on behalf of The Salvation Army. “The Salvation Army was there for me when everyone else turned their back. They loved me until I learned to love myself.”
Many communities felt the love from The Salvation Army and expressed their gratitude. But artists in Lyons, CO turned their loss into art by creating a “found objects” exhibit from items scattered by the September floods. The exhibit contains pieces are made up of touching personal momentos that were pulled from the mud.
Reigning world champion boxer, “Mile High” MIKE ALVARADO, and his promoter Top Rank®, will donate one dollar ($1.00) from every ticket sold to his match on Saturday to The Salvation Army’s Colorado flood disaster relief fund.
This weekend Salvation Army partner Samsung arrived on scene in Boulder County to give first responders, evacuees and volunteers the opportunity to get charged up!
Financial gifts are needed to help The Salvation Army help those affected during the days of storm ahead and during long-term recovery. The Salvation Army uses 100% of your disaster donations in support of local disaster relief operations.
As fires continue to erupt across Colorado The Salvation Army called in Emergency Disaster Services teams from New Mexico, California, Wyoming and Montana in response to requests for aid in multiple locations around the state.
Teespring designs and markets cool t-shirts! Their products are crowd-funded so only the shirts people have made a commitment to buy will be put into production. They’ve got a new shirt to raise money for The Salvation Army’s relief and recovery efforts for survivors of the Black Forest fires in Colorado.
The Salvation Army has been in response mode since the early hours of the blaze and continues to serve first responders and evacuees with meals, snacks and hydration. If you want to know more, here’s how you can stay updated and get involved in the Army’s response effort:
Even though the Denver area had record snow this year, it didn’t keep Robert Armstrong from meeting his commitment to lead a Bible study at The Salvation Army’s Crossroads Shelter every Sunday. He walks the 2-3 mile distance each time, snowing or not.