Nathaniel Eigsti represented the Wolf Den from the Holy Family Cub Scouts in West Roxbury as he delivered an oversized thank you card to Massachusetts Divisional Emergency Disaster Services Director Chris Farrand. Last […]
If a miniature horse can volunteer to ring a bell for The Salvation Army, you can too!
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New Boston Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Tommy Chang To Lead First Ever Back-To-School ‘Stack-A-Pack Challenge’ with Students
You know that The Salvation Army originated in London and is celebrating 150 years of service worldwide, but do you know where our first corps was in Massachusetts? FACE – […]
“I’ve been coming here after school since Kindergarten,” says Joey, aged 8, about The Salvation Army Kids’ Club in Plymouth. Joey is one of the fifteen students you might encounter […]
National Study Quantifies Impact of Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers, Underscores Long-term Benefits of Community Investment Boston Kroc Corps Community Center, open since 2011, creating positive, […]
When doctors at home told her there was nothing they could do, Luz moved her family so that Randy could be seen at Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. In Caguas, […]
Originally published on The Salvation Army International Headquarters website OUR COMMON UNDERSTANDING As leaders from diverse religious traditions, we share a compelling vision to end extreme poverty by the year […]