Micah was at a crossroads in his life. He had successfully completed The Salvation Army’s drug and alcohol treatment program in Greenville, South Carolina. He was strengthening his spirituality and becoming closer in his relationship with God. He was employed by The Salvation Army and was living with a friend in a nice apartment. Although it seemed Micah had turned his life around after years of addiction and turmoil, he felt a void he couldn’t explain. That’s when the leadership at The Salvation Army of Greenville told Micah about the new “MaLT” program launching in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. Continue reading “MaLT: Changing the Lives of Young Salvationists”
The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Unit stationed in Philadelphia will be supporting the City of Philadelphia by providing hydration to thousands of first responders on duty during the Democratic National Convention, July 23 through July 28.
Hundreds Expected at The Salvation Army of York’s Annual Event
Hundreds of quilters, seamstresses and needle crafters are expected at The Salvation Army of York’s upcoming annual Fabric Fair.
The greatly anticipated three-day event will be held:
- Thursday, June 16, 10 am – 4 pm
- Friday, June 17, 10 am – 7 pm
- Saturday, June 18, 9 am – 11 am, and noon – 2 pm
Salvation Army of Scranton Honors The Rotary of the Abingtons for Decades of Community Partnership
The Salvation Army of Scranton honored The Rotary of the Abingtons at its Annual Dinner at on May 11, 2016 at the Lackawanna Station Hotel, 700 Lackawanna Ave, Scranton, PA. The Salvation Army of Scranton’s Annual Dinner is an opportunity to recognize its volunteers, community partners and individuals who demonstrate outstanding commitment to the betterment of the Scranton area. In doing so, the event raises funds and awareness of The Salvation Army’s local programs and services.
“The Rotary of the Abingtons has been a committed community partner of The Salvation Army of Scranton for more than 20 years, responsible for raising tens of thousands of dollars to help those in need in our community,” said Captain Lawrence Shurtleff, co-commanding officer, The Salvation Army of Scranton. “We are grateful for their service and dedication.”