Friday letters: Salvation Army cherishes support

June 13, 2014 

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— “Doing the most good.” This is more than a creative tag line. “Doing the most good” is our daily call to action and goal that we strive to live up to. In the Midlands, doing the most good for The Salvation Army is a commitment to service throughout our community with programs addressing needs for the young and old alike.

As we work tirelessly to serve those in need, we recognize that we can only do what we do with the support of people like you. The generosity of those who give of their time and treasure through volunteering, advocacy and financial support makes it all possible.

In our 2013 impact report we illustrate the numbers behind the lives touched. This is “Doing the most good” in action. Our hope is that you are inspired to join us in our mission. As always, we can only do what we do with the help of our community. We thank you for your continued support and invite you to visit us online at DoingTheMostGood.org for updated news, information and opportunities for you to do the most good.

Digital and paper copies of the complete 2013 Impact Report are available upon request.

Maj. Roger Coulson

Regional Coordinator/Corps

Officer

Maj. Melody Coulson

Coordinator for Women’s

Ministries/Corps Officer

Columbia

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