The Salvation Army in the USA has been providing help and hope for almost a week after tornadoes brought devastation in a number of states.
Salvation Army emergency service workers and volunteers in Brazil worked around the clock for almost two weeks at the scene of a mudslide which swept through Morro do Bumba in the city of Niteroi, near the capital, Rio de Janeiro.
The Chief of the Staff, Commissioner Robin Dunster, led celebrations as The Salvation Army in Peru offered thanks to God for 100 years of work in that south American country.
Over 1100 people took part in ‘Speak Out’, a Salvation Army online conference on social justice advocacy.
Brazilian Salvation Army emergency service personnel are assisting the survivors of a massive mudslide in the city of Niteroi.
The General has approved the upgrade of The Salvation Army’s work in Rwanda and Burundi from regional to command status.
May the matchless joy of that first Easter day and of our Lord’s Resurrection fill us all through and through!
Most of the meals have been given out in Port-au-Prince, where The Salvation Army has responsibility for 20,000 people living in temporary shelters.
The Salvation Army in Chile is providing vital assistance to coastal communites damaged by a tsunami.