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Do gooders like you helped make Christmas brighter for kids from 1 to 92!
December 23, 2014 – | No Comment

There’s a lot of talk around The Salvation Army about kids this time of year. Our legendary Christmas programs include a number of ways for do gooders to care for kids whose families can’t afford Christmas. But did you know that there are several programs which provide Christmas cheer for senior citizens who have few people in their lives left to care for their needs this time of year?

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Find your local Salvation Army Angel Tree website!
November 21, 2014 – | Comments Off
Find your local Salvation Army Angel Tree website!

Like all giving to The Salvation Army, it’s all about local. That’s one of many things people like best about us.

When you put money in the kettle or respond to a fundraising email or letter, your gift stays in your community to care for people who struggling to make ends meet.

National Donut Day is a mere 4 days away!
June 2, 2014 – | Comments Off
National Donut Day is a mere 4 days away!

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.

Sweet kids + new bikes = joyful smiles
May 22, 2014 – | Comments Off
Sweet kids + new bikes = joyful smiles

The Salvation Army in San Diego partners with NBC7 to present new bicycles to great kids all throughout the year through the Bikes for Kids program. But last week they honored National Salvation Army week with a special bike giveaway event. Ten deserving kids got a new bike, a helmet and a lock during a special in-school assembly.

Salvation Army serving at the fire lines in San Diego
May 16, 2014 – | Comments Off
Salvation Army serving at the fire lines in San Diego

The statewide drought in California is making for an early and severe fire season. For the last two days our Emergency Disaster Services staff in San Diego has been serving the first responders on the fire lines.

Dive into Christmas with Lt. J. Koebel in Oceanside, Calif
November 30, 2013 – | Comments Off
Dive into Christmas with Lt. J. Koebel in Oceanside, Calif

It’s become something of a tradition for Lt. J. Koebel in Oceanside, California. Today from noon to 2PM, he and his wife Lt. Ashley Koebel will be hosting a community party to raise awareness of the need present in North County San Diego. And, Lt. J. will jump out of a perfectly good airplane at 13,000 feet and float to the ground!

Sarah’s new start, with help from The Salvation Army
November 8, 2013 – | Comments Off
Sarah’s new start, with help from The Salvation Army

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.

The Salvation Army loved Tony when he couldn’t love himself
August 22, 2013 – | One Comment
The Salvation Army loved Tony when he couldn’t love himself

Tony came to The Salvation Army from prison. He didn’t want to be alone anymore and knew he needed to be on a different path. So he told his parole officer he’d give our program a try for 30 days. After the 30 days were up, he didn’t want to leave. The Salvation Army cared about him and he could feel it. He knew we could help him lead a different kind of life and stay out of prison.

A volunteer experience at The Salvation Army changed Carissa’s life and plans
April 26, 2013 – | Comments Off
A volunteer experience at The Salvation Army changed Carissa’s life and plans

Carissa needed to get some volunteer hours for school so her friend suggested 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. Watch the brief video below to find out more about Carissa’s story.