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The Salvation Army is mobilizing emergency response personnel and supplies after a devastating 7.8-magnitude Earthquake in Nepal that flattened homes and buildings, causing widespread damage across the region and killing more than 2,000 people. » More

 

Music Makes a Difference in a Child's Life

The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia is determined to keep music education alive through programs and partnerships that benefit children like Brielle. Her music education at the Army prompted her to make music a big part of her life. Now at the age of 18, she takes part in the Citadel Corps’ senior band as well as her school’s orchestra. » More

 

Advisory Board Announces New Members

 

Wells Fargo Spreads Financial Literacy in the Community

 

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Honoring the Outstanding Leadership of Eliza Shirley

Eliza Shirley left London to come to America with her parents, personally determined to carry on The Salvation Army's work in Philadelphia. She walked the streets in search of an affordable meeting place, and dedicated her life's work to continuing the mission of doing the most good for those in the most need. Soon after they arrived in America and opened their first meeting space, they were expanding to serve West Philadelphia, and the rest is history.

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SALVATION ARMY APPOINTS NEW ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS

Judy Lynch, Senior Vice President, Employee Services of GlaxoSmithKline; Scott C. Borowsky, Founder and Executive Editor of Kane Communications, Inc.; and Stephen M. Spaeder, Senior Vice President, Acquisitions and Development of Equus have recently joined The Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphiá¡’s advisory board.

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The Salvation Army Responds to Devastating Earthquake in Nepal

The Salvation Army is mobilizing emergency response personnel and supplies after a devastating 7.8-magnitude Earthquake in Nepal that flattened homes and buildings, causing widespread damage across the region and killing more than 2,000 people.

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