101 Facts About Salvation Army

1. The Salvation Army served at the frontlines in World Wars I and II—offering comfort and pastoral support to members of the armed forces; It was in World War I, that the famous Salvation Army "doughnut girls" or "doughnut lassies" served their first doughnuts.

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2. Salvation Army was cared for by the Salvation Army, taken to France and subsequently testified as a key witness at the trial of Stead and Rebecca Jarrett at Bow Street.

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3. Salvation Army has reached out to some veteran's groups, such as VFWs and the American Legion, Harris said.

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4. Salvation Army is featured in many popular movies such as Seabiscuit and Major Barbara.

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5. Salvation Army is a church, Title VII of the US Civil Rights Act of 1964 allows it to inquire into people's religious beliefs in its hiring practices.

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6. Salvation Army became the "General" and his other ministers were given appropriate ranks as "officers".

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7. The Salvation Army seeks to improve the physical environment, provide for material needs and lead people to a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.

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8. Salvation Army became known for The Doughnut Girl, because many of the girls handed out Doughnuts to the troops, as well as sold boxes of doughnuts to help the poor.

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9. The Salvation Army helped during the World Wars in over 3,000 places, on and off the battlefield.

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10. Salvation Army is an integral part of the Christian Church, although distinctive in government and practice.

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11. The Salvation Army is active in virtually every corner of the world.

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12. Salvation Army continued to expand its operation throughout the United States.

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13. Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.

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14. Salvation Army has a rich, exciting heritage in the Central Territory.

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15. Salvation Army is well known for providing summer camps for children, especially in urban areas.

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16. The Salvation Army is available 365 days each year to provide a helping hand, without judgement.

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17. Over the years, The Salvation Army has evolved to meet the changing needs of our community, developing innovative programs for children, families, teens and seniors.

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18. Salvation Army takes the "army" part of their name seriously.

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19. Salvation Army has chosen to be neutral in the debate over stem-cell research.

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20. The Salvation Army strongly advises against the use of donors because of theological, legal, moral, social, psychological, and ethical complications and implications.

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21. Salvation Army holds to the Christian ideals of chastity before marriage and fidelity within the marriage relationship.

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22. Salvation Army accepts that living wills or advance health care directives can be useful.

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23. Salvation Army expects its members to live according to the "values of the Kingdom of God and not the values of the world.

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24. Salvation Army operates a wide range of services for older people:.

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25. Salvation Army has created an integrated, nationwide monitoring scheme providing a unique epidemiological profile of alcohol and drug taking in the UK.

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26. Salvation Army has a tradition of not giving up on anyone.

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27. The Salvation Army believes that this approach shows the very essence of the Gospel.

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28. Salvation Army sees no conflict between spiritual and social ministry.

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29. The Salvation Army hopes that those it helps will become Christians, but it doesn't require them to do so.

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30. Salvation Army is famous for its works to help the poor and needy.

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31. Salvation Army takes part in activities to promote unity, understanding and practical co-operation between the various Christian bodies.

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32. Salvation Army does not ban Salvationists from getting baptised in another church if they wish to do so.

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33. The Salvation Army places the emphasis on personal faith and on a spiritual relationship with God which doesn't depend on anything external.

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34. Salvation Army is a fellowship of people who have accepted Jesus Christ as their personal Saviour and Lord and whose common aim is to induce others to subject themselves to the lordship of Christ.

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35. Salvation Army has recently looked at the evangelical techniques needed for the modern age.

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36. Salvation Army believes that the behaviour and lifestyle of Salvationists comprise another powerful weapon of conversion.

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37. Salvation Army was formed in England in 1865 by William Booth, a former Methodist minister.

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38. Salvation Army was founded in 1865, in the East End of London, by William Booth.

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39. Salvation Army officers are ordained ministers of religion, and can conduct weddings and funerals.

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40. Salvation Army is a Protestant denomination of the Christian Church with over 1.6 million members in 109 countries.

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41. The Salvation Army began dispensing food and drinks near Ground Zero less than an hour after the 2001 terrorist attacks on the Twin Towers.

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42. The Salvation Army has been featured or mentioned in literally hundreds of Hollywood movies over the years—from classics like 'The 39 Steps' and 'On the Water Front' to contemporary hits such as 'Batman Begins', 'Seabiscuit' and 'Titanic'.

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43. The Salvation Army helps homeless women and children in the community with their immediate needs of shelter, food, and social services.

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44. In 1890, the Salvation Army published a social manifesto: In Darkest England, and the Way Out.

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45. The Salvation Army adopted their uniforms, parades, bands, flags, and jargon as other groups were doing—including temperance crusaders, Boys' and Girls' Brigades, Boy Scouts, Girl Guides—to proclaim a "muscular Christianity.

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46. The US Salvation Army has four territorial divisions, and its policy is formulated by regional heads and the national commander.

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47. In 2003, two-thirds of the 3,647 Salvation Army officers in the United States were serving as ministers to the 1,369 local congregations, while directing the numerous social services that flow from these local units.

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48. The Salvation Army is described in its official mission statement as an "international movement" and "an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church.

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49. The Salvation Army is an evangelistic organization created in 1865 by William Booth, a former adherent of Methodism, to work among the poor of London.

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50. The Salvation Army operates hospitals, community centers, alcoholic and drug rehabilitation programs, emergency and disaster services, social work centers, and recreation facilities.

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51. The Salvation Army led in the formation of the United Service Organizations during WWII, which serves members of the armed forces abroad.

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52. The Salvation Army is often credited with popularizing the donut in the United States.

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53. Salvation Army is credited with producing the world's first moving picture film.

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54. The Salvation Army claims all the keys to the vehicle are in their possession and the van was more than likely hot wired.

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55. Through the holidays, the Salvation Army offers all kinds of assistance to help families and the homeless make ends meet.

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56. Salvation Army came to the United States from England in the late 1800s and grew nationwide during the early 1900s.

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57. The Salvation Army was not open for dinner, but individuals were still able to get a plate of food for Thanksgiving night.

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58. El Dorado Salvation Army held their annual Thanksgiving lunch Thursday, where volunteers and individuals came together at the Red Shield Diner to celebrate the holiday with food and camaraderie.

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59. Salvation Army kicked off its Angel Tree Toy Drive last week in the area.

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60. The Salvation Army kicked off its Angel Tree Toy Drive last week in the area.

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61. Salvation Army will serve another free community dinner on Christmas day.

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62. Salvation Army has been sponsoring these Thanksgiving meals for over a decade, Masango said.

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63. Salvation Army typically holds its Thanksgiving feast at the Jack Stroup Civic Center, which is located near the library, but it was reserved this year, so the Highlands County Board of Commissioners agreed to let them use the concession stand at the sports complex to do all of the cooking, with the exception of turkeys, which volunteers had already cooked in their homes.

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64. The Salvation Army is quickly becoming a charity of choice for the Cowboys.

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65. Salvation Army has provided Thanksgiving meals to the public for 48 years.

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66. Salvation Army said between Fayetteville and Bentonville they will feed about 600 hundred people.

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67. Salvation Army was armed with 100 to 150 volunteers on Thanksgiving Day.

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68. The Salvation Army was armed with 100 to 150 volunteers on Thanksgiving Day.

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69. Salvation Army plans to hold another dinner on Christmas Day.

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70. Salvation Army is able to fund the annual Thanksgiving dinner by the donations they receive in their Christmas kettles each year.

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71. Salvation Army said volunteers and donations are what allows them to give everyone a special Thanksgiving.

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72. Salvation Army wants everyone to have a meal on their plate this Thanksgiving and their annual dinner Thursday morning did just that.

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73. On Thursday, the Salvation Army held it's annual Thanksgiving Dinner at the Quincy.

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74. Salvation Army has provided the dinner for about 10 years the week of Thanksgiving.

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75. Salvation Army delivers hundreds of Thanksgiving meals across Salt Lake Valley.

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76. Salvation Army sets special ringing, match days at red kettles.

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77. Salvation Army can still place unstaffed donation boxes at Liquor Mart counters next month.

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78. Salvation Army has "thousands of hours" available for ringers, Tom McDowell said previously.

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79. Salvation Army plans on selling the gold bar to a local vendor.

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80. Salvation Army is looking for volunteers to help operate the radios.

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81. Salvation Army says radio equipment donation will improve disaster response.

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82. The Salvation Army said at the time that it led to a huge influx of donations in the immediate aftermath of the game.

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83. Salvation Army started their own film studio called The Limelight Department in Australia beginning in 1892.

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84. The Salvation Army began producing silent films in the 1900s when they created Australia's first film studio.

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85. The Salvation Army is only briefly shown or discussed in these movies such as a bell ringer on the corner in the movie Maid in Manhattan, and briefly mentioned in Batman Begins.

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86. Salvation Army is featured in many popular movies such as Seabiscuit.

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87. Salvation Army has been criticized for making use of the UK Government's workfare schemes across Britain.

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88. In 2004, the Salvation Army said that it would close operations in New York City unless it was exempted from a municipal ordinance requiring them to offer benefits to gay employees' partners.

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89. In 2001, the Salvation Army pressed the Bush Administration to exempt it and other religious groups from anti-discrimination legislation which it felt infringed on the organization's religious freedoms.

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90. The Salvation Army states that it does not "discriminate against hiring gays and lesbians for the majority of its roughly 55,000 jobs".

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91. The Salvation Army has choirs; these are known as Songster Brigades, normally comprising the traditional soprano, alto, tenor and bass singers.

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92. Salvation Army officers, cadets and soldiers often wear uniforms.

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93. Salvation Army officers serving in the Red Shield Services in wartime performed many functions.

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94. The Salvation Army established outposts in Australia in 1879, Japan in 1895 and China in 1915.

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95. The Salvation Army is the second largest charity in the United States, with private donations of almost $2 billion for the fiscal year ending 30 September 2007.

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96. As of 23 October 2016 the Salvation Army operates in 128 countries and provides services in 175 different languages.

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97. Salvation Army includes many youth groups, which primarily consist of its Sunday schools and the Scout and Guide packs that are sometimes set up.

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98. Around the world the Salvation Army have Emergency Services Support Units throughout the country.

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99. Salvation Army was one of the first relief agencies on the scene of the September 11 attacks in New York City in 2001.

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100. As part of the overall effort, Salvation Army officers, employees and volunteers have contributed more than 900,000 hours of service.

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101. Today the Salvation Army is best known for its charitable efforts.

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