Salvation Army marks works week

"The Salvation Army has long been a symbol of wholehearted dedication to the cause of human brotherhood . . . their work has been a constant reminder to us all that each of us is neighbor and kin to all Americans.” So decreed President Dwight D. Eisenhower in his proclamation recognizing the first National Salvation Army Week in 1954. During this year’s recognition, The Salvation Army Sheboygan encourages people to take a moment to learn about the needs of and programs available to those community members living in poverty or near the poverty line. “We keep our finger on the pulse of the community by focusing our efforts on meeting these needs, ensuring programs remain relevant, accessible and are not duplicated,” said Captain Daryl Mangeri, Salvation Army Corps Officer.

A locally offered program will be highlighted each day of Salvation Army week. Monday (May 14) - Emergency Lodge

Tuesday (May 15) - Food Pantry

Wednesday (May 16) - Red Shield Wellness Center

Thursday (May 17) - Pathway of Hope

Friday (May 18) - Thrift Store

Saturday (May 19) - Small Wonders Learning Center

Sunday (May 20) - Youth Character Building Programs & Camp

For more information or to schedule a tour please visit www.sasheboygan.org or call 920-458-3723.


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