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#InvestInFutures – Help your kids be friend-makers for Back-to-School
July 30, 2014 – | No Comment

Back to School can be a stressful time of year for everyone, but especially for the kids who struggle to navigate the social world around them. And, all while breaking in a new backpack, notebooks and calculator! Some of the best advice parents can give their children is about how to get along well with others. Here are three great ways to help your kids make friends this school year.

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This #4thofjuly we celebrate #freedom and #independence from addiction
July 3, 2014 – | No Comment
This #4thofjuly we celebrate #freedom and #independence from addiction

“The love that I feel from the people around me in The Salvtion Army can only be from God. I can be completely honest with somebody and not be judged…I don’t have to pretend to be anybody: I can be me. That feeling inside is better than any drug, any drink, any pill I’ve ever taken.”

Hallmark helps Salvation Army care for pregnant teens in Portland, OR
May 15, 2014 – | Comments Off
Hallmark helps Salvation Army care for pregnant teens in Portland, OR

Back in December, the good folks at Hallmark chose The Salvation Army to benefit from their online campaign called “Countdown to Christmas.” A portion of the funds raised will help The Salvation Army White Shield Center in Portland, Oregon!

Salvation Army Silvercrest Residences fill a critical shortage in subsidized senior housing
March 6, 2014 – | One Comment
Salvation Army Silvercrest Residences fill a critical shortage in subsidized senior housing

Mr. James Komatsu had two brushes with The Salvation Army in his life. His mother died during the Great Depression so he went to live in an Army childrens’ home for Japanese-American youth in San Francisco. After he retired he began to search for subsidized senior housing and found our Silvercrest Residence.

“I could never, ever imagine The Salvation Army turning away anyone…”
December 10, 2013 – | Comments Off
“I could never, ever imagine The Salvation Army turning away anyone…”

Ricky grew up in a family where there was love, but as a young gay man in the 80s he struggled with his identity. So he stole his parents’ credit cards to buy things he thought he needed to feel good. Find out the rest of Ricky’s amazing story about the healing power of Christ’s love and the outstretched hand of The Salvation Army.

Help us honor Doug Holladay’s final wish to ring the bell for the Army that loved him
December 5, 2013 – | Comments Off
Help us honor Doug Holladay’s final wish to ring the bell for the Army that loved him

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.”

The Salvation Army helped Tanya find the “Missing Peace”
November 21, 2013 – | Comments Off
The Salvation Army helped Tanya find the “Missing Peace”

The Salvation Army’s Missing Persons Department helps reunite approximately 250 lost loved ones and estranged family members a year. In Tanya Sloan’s case, she was born at a Salvation Army maternity hospital and asked us for help connecting with her birth mother. She’d contacted her through the official channels already but her mother didn’t want any contact.

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.

A street cat named Bob teaches us that unconditional love saves lives
November 6, 2013 – | 2 Comments
A street cat named Bob teaches us that unconditional love saves lives

James made his living as a busker – a street musician – on the streets of London. Every day was a bit of a struggle to make ends meet. He usually played to crowds in Covent Garden that barely noticed him, only to come home to his small apartment, scrape together something for dinner and do it all again the next day.