The Salvation Army

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The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

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THE SALVATION ARMY’S NEW NONPROFIT GROCERY STORES: A MEMBERSHIP MODEL WITH SURPRISING TWISTS

Nonprofit Quarterly | March 09, 2018

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Access to affordable, healthy food is pivotal in creating healthy communities and long-term positive health outcomes for individuals and families. Unfortunately, that opportunity does not exist for everybody in the United States. According to the USDA, nearly 40 million people live within a food desert, meaning that a substantial portion of the people living in an area do not have access to or live far away from a grocery store. Overwhelmingly the people that live in food deserts are low income ...

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THE SALVATION ARMY CONTINUES TO HELP ENSURE HOPE MARCHES ON FOR AMERICANS IN NEED

The Salvation Army | December 28, 2021

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In a year beset with a global pandemic, major natural disasters, a lifted eviction moratorium, and a rising opioid epidemic, millions of Americans are struggling to make ends meet and are in desperate need for a hand up. As the nation's largest non-governmental provider of services, The Salvation Army has not stopped working to provide help and hope in nearly every ZIP code across the U.S. even when the pandemic put new strains on social service organizations to fulfill heightened service re...

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BOOSTERS DONATE $69K, 2,000 HOURS

The Jacksonville Boosters Foundation | January 13, 2020

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Continuing a history of civic projects and aiding other groups, the Jacksonville Boosters Foundation donated $69,174 for projects in 2019, while the associated Jacksonville Boosters Club provided 2,000 hours in volunteer labor to support a variety of efforts. While one large project boosted this year’s total, $260,000 has been awarded by the foundation since 2012. A Path Through Time, one of the boosters’ projects, received the largest award of $26,190 toward installation of 14 grani...

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BRIGHTON TWP. EMPLOYEES RAISE OVER $500 FOR LOCAL NONPROFIT

Brighton Twp. | January 14, 2020

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Brighton Township employees who wanted to wear jeans to work were able to raise over $500 for a local nonprofit organization doing just that. Earlier this month, township employees completed their yearly fundraiser and raised a total of $530 for Blue Star Service Dogs. Blue Star Service Dogs rescues and trains shelter dogs, and pairs them with veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or Traumatic Brain Injury. Township Clerk Joe Riker, along with Treasurer Rose Drouillard and other staff mem...

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THE SALVATION ARMY’S NEW NONPROFIT GROCERY STORES: A MEMBERSHIP MODEL WITH SURPRISING TWISTS

Nonprofit Quarterly | March 09, 2018

Access to affordable, healthy food is pivotal in creating healthy communities and long-term positive health outcomes for individuals and families. Unfortunately, that opportunity does not exist for everybody in the United States. According to the USDA, nearly 40 million people live within a food desert, meaning that a substantial portion of the people living in an area do not have access to or live far away from a grocery store. Overwhelmingly the people that live in food deserts are low income ...

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NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT

THE SALVATION ARMY CONTINUES TO HELP ENSURE HOPE MARCHES ON FOR AMERICANS IN NEED

The Salvation Army | December 28, 2021

In a year beset with a global pandemic, major natural disasters, a lifted eviction moratorium, and a rising opioid epidemic, millions of Americans are struggling to make ends meet and are in desperate need for a hand up. As the nation's largest non-governmental provider of services, The Salvation Army has not stopped working to provide help and hope in nearly every ZIP code across the U.S. even when the pandemic put new strains on social service organizations to fulfill heightened service re...

Read More
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BOOSTERS DONATE $69K, 2,000 HOURS

The Jacksonville Boosters Foundation | January 13, 2020

Continuing a history of civic projects and aiding other groups, the Jacksonville Boosters Foundation donated $69,174 for projects in 2019, while the associated Jacksonville Boosters Club provided 2,000 hours in volunteer labor to support a variety of efforts. While one large project boosted this year’s total, $260,000 has been awarded by the foundation since 2012. A Path Through Time, one of the boosters’ projects, received the largest award of $26,190 toward installation of 14 grani...

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BRIGHTON TWP. EMPLOYEES RAISE OVER $500 FOR LOCAL NONPROFIT

Brighton Twp. | January 14, 2020

Brighton Township employees who wanted to wear jeans to work were able to raise over $500 for a local nonprofit organization doing just that. Earlier this month, township employees completed their yearly fundraiser and raised a total of $530 for Blue Star Service Dogs. Blue Star Service Dogs rescues and trains shelter dogs, and pairs them with veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or Traumatic Brain Injury. Township Clerk Joe Riker, along with Treasurer Rose Drouillard and other staff mem...

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