Helping end domestic violence

The Salvation Army Women and Children’s Shelter takes in 1,300 mothers and their children a year, 1,100 of which are fleeing abusive situations. “We have fought very hard… to see that clients are being served,” says Associate Director of the Shelter Dena Simpson. Because of Simpson’s experience at the Shelter […]

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Bloomington Officer Making Progress in Haiti

Via Peter Iverson in Bloomington – Lt. Jonathan Fizgerald, the Bloomington Corps Officer, works in the brutally hot heat of Port-au-Prince where he is in charge of logistics and distribution for food and other supplies in the tent city of 20,000 that The Salvation Army oversees. Helping the local economy, […]

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Welcome Home From Haiti

For four weeks Jerry Larsen and Capt. Geff Crowell lived and worked amongst a nation of desperate, hungry, injured and dead. They were part of an international team originally sent to Haiti on a two-week rotation to assist with logistics and food/water distribution. Those two weeks turned into four when […]

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