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.
More than 15,000 people have been helped and 14,000 rations of food provided to individuals and families.
The Salvation Army will be heavily and closely involved in rebuilding Haiti well past the conclusion of the current emergency situation caused by massive earthquakes.
Salvation Army begins work in Nicaragua.
A massive landslide in Uganda has caused at least 80 deaths with another 350 people still missing.
More than 3,000 enthusiastic Salvationists and friends welcomed General Shaw Clifton and Commissioner Helen Clifton on their arrival at Brazzaville, the Republic of Congo.
The Salvation Army in southern Chile is combining its resources and using careful planning to help people affected by the earthquake and tsunami.