At the height of the busiest time of the year for a Salvation Army officer, Lt. Michael Buzzard rushed into the Riverbend Elementary School in the small central Massachusetts town […]
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The Harvard Square Business Association (HSBA) in partnership with the City of Cambridge, The Salvation Army, and the Rotary Club of Cambridge, invite the public to join in a celebration […]
“We were looking forward to spending our first Thanksgiving in our new place. That’s when we found out,” Talia says. “From there, everything went down hill.”
“The baskets are filled with good food, but the best things in there are a sense of normality, dignity, family, and hope,” said C. David Seuss, Northern Light’s CEO.
If a miniature horse can volunteer to ring a bell for The Salvation Army, you can too!
“Volunteering here is addicting” says Sandy from New Bedford. Plus, do you know how many Boston-area families benefit from our Christmas Castle distribution?