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Posts from the ‘Disaster Relief’ Category

Salvation Army Year End Review: Best Photos of 2014!

We hope the following photos will touch your hearts as they did ours, and affirm the great value of every coin and dollar you donated to our Red Kettles this Christmas. May our God richly bless you and your loved ones throughout this wonderful New Year!

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Chattanooga Salvation Army Kicks Off “Share the Warmth” Campaign Earlier Than Ever Due to Below Freezing Temperatures

With temperatures dipping below freezing for the second time this season, The Salvation Army will be opening its doors again for overnight emergency shelter for the homeless on Thursday, November 13 and Friday, November 14, at 6:00 PM each evening.

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Prepare Your Family for a Disaster

It’s National Preparedness Month, a FEMA initiative that began in 2004 to keep Americans aware and prepared for emergencies. This is the perfect time to get started if you haven’t already.

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Greater Chattanooga Salvation Army 2013 Annual Report

The Salvation Army is meeting the emergency needs of our less fortunate neighbors 365 days a year. We offer social services to meet emergency & disaster-related needs, spiritual outreach for all ages, character building youth programs, holiday assistance for families in need and much more.

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The Salvation Army Trains Volunteers for Disaster Relief

It’s not too late to register for Disaster Training with The Salvation Army.
Training will take place on April 30 – May 1 at The Salvation Army located at 1019 North Moore Road, 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM both days. The Salvation Army has partnered with the International Critical Incident Stress Foundation, Inc. to provide certified critical incident stress management (CISM) training.

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