150 Faces & Facts: Volume 15

We take pride in the fact that 82 cents of every dollar raised directly benefits Salvation Army programs and service. Learn how your donations are making a difference in Roxbury, Dorchester, Pittsfield and across Massachusetts.

FACES: This video is filled with faces from our Boston Central Hispanic Corps Community Center. Take a look!

A Shield for Opportunity from The Salvation Army, MA on Vimeo.

150FF_FundraisingPercentFACT: 82 cents of every dollar raised directly benefits Salvation Army programs and services that transform lives. Programs that feed the hungry, house the homeless, clothe the shivering, provide gifts for children, help rehabilitate lives lost to addiction, and much more. Our approach to service focuses not only on meeting immediate, emergency needs, but creating sustainable change for individuals, families and communities.

150FF_CLC2 copyFACT: One of the longest continually operating daycare centers in Boston, The Children’s Learning Center has served more than 5,000 families during its 86-year history.

If you know of a family in need of quality care for their child—infant through 5 years old—admission is rolling, so there may be slots available at: salvationarmyma.org/clc.


FACT: Blue Power Ranger! Green Power Ranger! Red Kettles?150FF_RedKettleRun

During our annual Red Kettle Run, teams take to the streets of Boston to see who can raise the most money for The Salvation Army in less than half an hour!

150FF_PittsfieldFACT: Students in the Pittsfield Bridging the Gap program participate in the Kids Cookie Factory – they make chocolate chip cookies, package them and sell them at community events!

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