Celebrate Hope Luncheon Honorees Announced

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Philadelphia (March 19, 2019) – Each year, The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia’s Celebrate Hope luncheon honors individuals and organizations that demonstrate exceptional altruism. We are proud to announce the honorees of the 2019 luncheon, which is set for Wednesday, May 15, 2019 at the Crystal Team Room. Continue reading “Celebrate Hope Luncheon Honorees Announced”

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Salvation Army Thanksgiving: Family and Community

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Volunteers Serve Thanksgiving Meals at the West Philadelphia Corps Community Center

As part of its continued efforts to provide families with comfort, care and hope, The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia hosted Thanksgiving celebrations across the city for hundreds of people in need.

In West Philadelphia, more than a hundred people gathered for a special program that included food, fellowship, ministry and music. Tables covered in brightly colored cloths filled the gymnasium. Local residents shared their vocal and musical talents with the crowd. And dozens of volunteers donning red aprons served each of the families in their seats.

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Flyers Community Day with The Salvation Army

IMG_6706The Philadelphia Flyers partnered with The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia for a day of community service on Sunday, December 2!

Members of the team, staff and season ticket holders spent the afternoon giving back at our Red Shield Residence and Temple Corps Community Center in North Philadelphia.

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The Salvation Army Annual Day of Prayer for Victims of Human Trafficking

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Human trafficking is a form of modern slavery—a multi-billion-dollar criminal industry that denies freedom to 40.3 million people around the world. And no matter where you live, chances are it’s happening nearby.

From the girl forced into prostitution in a hotel room, to the man discovered in a restaurant kitchen, stripped of his passport and held against his will. All trafficking vic­tims share one essential experience: the loss of freedom.

What is The Annual Day of Prayer?

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West Philadelphia Corps Hosts “Hope for Philly”

Neighbors in West Philadelphia came together on Saturday, September 8 for Hope for Philly. The annual community event provides free food, entertainment and local resources to residents and their families. Continue reading “West Philadelphia Corps Hosts “Hope for Philly””

Plans Launched for new EDS Command Center in Philadelphia with Help of $1M Gift from Local Philanthropists

IMG_4750Plans for a new Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Command Center in Philadelphia are now underway.

The project was formally unveiled to the public on July 17 at a reception at the historic Divine Lorraine Hotel. The “Celebration of Philanthropy” marked the launch of the project and honored philanthropists Stephen and Sandra Sheller of Philadelphia, whose generous $1,000,000 gift made the Command Center possible.

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Roxborough Corps Hosts Senior Health & Resource Fair (photos & video)

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Senior Health & Resource Fair Attendee Learns about CPR, June 19, 2018

The Salvation Army Greater Philadelphia joined with Gateway Health to host a Senior Health and Resource Fair on June 19, 2018, featuring informational booths, health screenings and a mini-workout session, among other offerings. Older adults were able to learn about physical and mental wellness, as well as many local resources that are available to help them stay as healthy and fulfilled.

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