Video of The Salvation Army Distributing Food in Haiti

Posted on 29th January 2010, by Salvation Army
The Salvation Army has had a presence in Haiti since 1950 and its personnel who were affected by the earthquake are now working to assist others in need. The Salvation Army in Haiti operates three medical facilities, schools that serve at least 10,000 children, feeding programs, children’s homes and church-related activities. Please support The Salvation  […]
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Haiti’s Orphans – Should Adoption Processes Be Bypassed?

Posted on 25th January 2010, by Salvation Army
For newly orphaned children wandering the streets of Haiti’s capital begging for food, new life sounds like a dream come true. But agencies trying to evacuate children whose parents died in last week’s earthquake have been criticised for bypassing proper adoption processes to rush them to families abroad. Children’s advocacy groups warn against new procedures  […]
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Devastation in Haiti, a First-Hand Account

Posted on 13th January 2010, by Salvation Army
Words cannot begin to describe the devastation that has taken place in Port au Prince, Haiti. I am the Director of Disaster Services for The Salvation Army in Haiti, and I am from the United States. My wife and I have been in Port au Prince since April, and have fallen deeply in love with  […]
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New Survey Says Teens More Moral, Less Religious

Posted on 6th January 2010, by Salvation Army
Teens are becoming more moral but less religious, according to a new study released by one of Canada’s most respected sociologists. The Emerging Millennials: How Canada’s Newest Generation is Responding to Change and Choice is the title of the latest book by Reginald Bibby, a sociologist with the University of Lethbridge in Alberta. It is  […]
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