2021 The Salvation Army of Georgia Annual Report

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MISSION STATEMENT The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

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FROM THE DIVISIONAL LEADERS

MAJORS ALGEROME AND TERESA NEWSOME

Dear Friends of the Army,

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n a year beset with a global pandemic, major natural disasters, a lifted eviction moratorium, and a rising opioid epidemic, millions of Americans found it difficult to make ends meet and desperately needed a hand-up. As the nation's largest non-governmental provider of services, The Salvation Army did not stop working to provide help and hope to those in need, even when the pandemic put new strains on social service organizations to fulfill heightened service requests. It is in such times as this, The Salvation Army rises and shines its brightest as a beacon of help and hope to those in need. Ours is a deep passion for bringing love, compassion, understanding, and happiness to our friends, neighbors, and community – all in the love of Christ. These times also illuminate the generous outpouring of your partnership with The Salvation Army to help those in need, which takes shape in the forms of financial gifts, time spent volunteering with the elderly and the youth, serving during disaster relief, prayers offered up for those who needed spiritual uplifting, and many other ways too numerous to mention.

You recognized the need and answered the call to help those in distress from further harm or devastation. Those in need thank you, and we at The Salvation Army thank you. The stories and statistics in this report only begin to communicate the tangible impact your support represents. When you drop money in a Red Kettle, donate online, volunteer at one of our local programs, or share the story of The Salvation Army with your friends and family, you continue to help transform the lives of your neighbors who are in the greatest need. May God bless you,

Major Algerome Newsome Divisional Commander The Salvation Army of Georgia

Major Teresa Newsome Director of Women’s Ministry and Director of Officer Development The Salvation Army of Georgia

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THE SALVATION ARMY AN INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT

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he Salvation Army was founded in 1865 when William Booth, a London minister, gave up the comfort of his pulpit and decided to take his message into the streets where it would reach the poor, the homeless, the hungry, and the destitute. His original aim was to send converts to established churches of the day, but soon he realized that the poor did not feel comfortable or welcome in the pews of most of the churches and chapels of Victorian England. Regular churchgoers were appalled when these shabbily dressed, unwashed people came to join them in worship. Booth decided to found a church especially for them — the East London Christian Mission. The mission grew slowly, and Booth’s faith in God remained undiminished. In May of 1878, Booth summoned his son, Bramwell, and his good friend George Railton to read a proof of the Christian Mission’s annual report. At the top, it read: THE CHRISTIAN MISSION is A VOLUNTEER ARMY. Bramwell strongly objected to this wording. He was not a volunteer; he was compelled to do God’s work. So, in a flash of inspiration, Booth crossed out “Volunteer” and wrote “Salvation.” The Salvation Army was born. By the 1900s, the Army had spread around the world. The Salvation Army soon had officers and soldiers in 36 countries, including the United States of America. This well-organized yet flexible structure inspired many muchneeded services: women’s social work, the first food depot, the first daynursery, and the first Salvation Army missionary hospital. During World War II, The Salvation Army operated 3,000 service units for the armed forces, which led to the formation of the United Service Organizations (USO). Today, The Salvation Army is stronger and more powerful than ever. Now, in over 132 countries and five continents worldwide, The Salvation Army continues to work where the need is greatest, guided by faith in God and love for all people.

“THE GREATNESS OF THE MAN’S POWER IS THE MEASURE OF HIS SURRENDER.” - GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH

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THE SALVATION ARMY IN GEORGIA

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ince 1890, The Salvation Army has provided a strong and capable witness in the state of Georgia with a continuingly expanding program. Now there are camping programs for underprivileged children and youth, emergency food, shelter, and assistance programs, Christmas toys and food for tens of thousands of our neediest neighbors, shelter for the homeless and battered, youth sports teams, gang prevention and intervention, infirmary care for the homeless, veterans services and ministry to military families, senior services and visitations, shelter and services for pregnant and at-risk girls… and new service opportunities keep arising. Today in Georgia, there are 24 Salvation Army Corps Community Centers, 24 Service Units, and 17 Service Centers that provide services in areas throughout the state, 32 Family Stores, two Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers, one Corps Salvage and Rehabilitation Center, three Boys and Girls Clubs, 11 emergency shelters, a state-wide disaster response program, and numerous other programs and services. Every year, the services and programs provided by The Salvation Army are in great demand. Continued financial support from the community is crucial through donations from individuals and corporations and funding from foundations and grants. The Salvation Army graciously accepts these gifts and responsibly shepherds them to the neighbors who need them most. Fiscal responsibility is steadfast; for every dollar donated, more than 82% goes directly to programs and services.

1,218,830 PEOPLE HELPED THIS YEAR IN GEORGIA

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HOPE AND HELP IN TIMES OF NEED As the impact of the pandemic continued in 2021, so did the need. When you give to The Salvation Army, you show love for your neighbors in need beyond hardship, unexpected crises, and disaster. And in 2021, your generosity — along with the strong support of our partners — helped The Salvation Army of Georgia serve 1,218,830 people, providing them with the vital help they needed.

At its heart, The Salvation Army is a church. This foundation motivates us to do the work that we do. As a faith-based organization, we love God and serve others because of His love for all. That’s where our mission comes from – to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet needs in His name without discrimination. The Salvation Army ensures that every program and service – from food deliveries to emergency shelter – offers the opportunity for spiritual growth and is available to all.

The Salvation Army ensures kids are equipped with the tools they need to succeed. We take a holistic approach by providing programs with life-long impact, such as character-building programs, summer camp opportunities, sports activities, music education, Kroc Community Centers, after-school tutoring, mentorship, and more.

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The Salvation Army strives to bring hope and help to people in the midst of extremely difficult situations. During 2021, The Salvation Army of Georgia did not stop serving individuals and families devastated by the health and economic toll of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nationally, 82 cents of every dollar donated goes directly toward funding Salvation Army initiatives. And all the money stays within the community in which it was given.

The Salvation Army is well known for its readiness to help people in their time of need. That help may come in many forms – financial assistance, a safe shelter for the night, social services, help with food insecurity, emergency disaster assistance, or several other ways – all provided in a confidential and compassionate way.

Every year, The Salvation Army of Georgia provides Christmas gifts to thousands of children through the Angel Tree Program. Angel Tree gives individuals and partnering corporations an opportunity to "adopt" less fortunate children and provide them with personalized gifts and necessities. Donors can be confident their gifts go directly, without excessive overhead, to children genuinely in need. 7


HOPE IS ON THE WAY Hope is an amazing thing. It can take an individual or a family by the hand and lead them out of the depths of despair. It can raise up a community out of unthinkable disaster. And it can bless us with immeasurable spiritual riches in the midst of desperate times. The Salvation Army’s Newnan Emergency Disaster Rapid Response Unit (RRU) was strategically stationed at a critical crossroad in Newnan, Georgia, amid the destructive residue caused by the recent EF-4 tornado that wreaked havoc in the Newnan community. The RRU was set to distribute desperately needed food, cleaning kits, and storage boxes to those impacted by the severe storms. As word of The Salvation Army’s presence disseminated throughout the community, people came to the RRU from all directions to get desperately needed help. From far up a hill on an adjacent street, a man of simple means and quiet demeanor slowly made his way toward the truck with the Red Shield that represented hope in his desperate situation. The hardship of the last few days wore heavily on his face and in his eyes. On a day of unforeseen and unapparelled disaster in his ordinarily quiet life on Calhoun Street in Newnan, Georgia, for Tony Boozer, hope came by way of The Salvation Army.

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“Thank you for The Salvation Army for coming and doing something like this for us,” Tony said in a hushed undertone. “I’m trying to get my nerves back after seeing what I saw. I saw death coming for me. I’m just shellshocked right now.” A few days earlier, Tony stared straight into the face of a tornado as he stood on his front porch, gaping at the catastrophic whirlwind as it came across the railroad tracks roaring like a train toward his house. “It had this green glow with it!" he exclaimed. As Tony continued his harrowing story, he says he watched as the tornado jumped across the railroad tracks and grabbed his neighbor’s house off its foundation—throwing its roof into a neighbor’s yard. Tony waved his arms to simulate the tornado's movement as he continued explaining what he had witnessed. “I saw it coming toward me, swirling and swirling and getting bigger and bigger, snapping limbs off trees like twigs.” The tornado grabbed and uprooted a pecan tree in Tony’s front yard since the 1960s and slammed it to the ground like nothing. At that moment, Tony snatched up his dog and jumped behind the refrigerator—as the tornado dismantled his home. In a moment of human empathy honed over 60 years of Emergency Disaster response experience, The Salvation Army’s Major Bert Tanner (retired) asked Tony if he could pray for him. With words of comfort and encouragement, Major Tanner lifted Tony’s life and situation to the only One who can provide the peace that passes understanding. "We are called to bring Hope to people," said Captain Jason Smith, The Salvation Army’s Incident Commander for the Newnan disaster relief team. "Today, we are here to bring hope to the people of Newnan, but a disaster can strike anywhere at any time. Our message to those impacted by the storms of life – wherever and whenever they strike – is simple,” said Captain Smith, “be encouraged – help is on the way.”

Major Bert Tanner (Retired) and his wife, Deborah, bring encouragement and hope to those impacted by a tornado in Newnan, GA

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Georgia Division Progr ams and Services

250,459

MUSIC EDUCATION

NIGHTS OF SHELTER PROVIDED

1,228

SESSIONS OF BRASS, STRING AND CHORAL MUSIC ACTIVITIES TOTAL ATTENDANCE

17,712 HUNGER AND NUTRITION

651,587

NUTRITIOUS MEALS

DISASTER SERVICES

43,906

GROCERY ORDERS PROVIDED

14,975 MEALS. DRINKS AND SNACKS SERVED

INDIVIDUALS VISITED 21,627 INDIVIDUALS RECEIVED A PERSONAL VISIT

TOYS CLOTHING 95,377 CLOTHING ITEMS DISTRIBUTED

184,676 TOYS DISTRIBUTED THROUGH THE SALVATION ARMY’S ANGEL TREE PROGRAM

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VOLUNTEERS

SERVICES OF

THE SALVATION ARMY OF GEORGIA

22,836

VOLUNTEERS

91,778 HOURS OF SERVICE FELLOWSHIP & PROGRAMS FOR OLDER

The Salvation Army of Georiga provides programs and services that strengthen the body, mind and spirit.

ADULTS

121 SESSIONS 1,350

BODY

TOTAL ATTENDANCE

1,218,830 TOTAL PEOPLE SERVED THANKS TO YOUR CONTRIBUTIONS, LAST YEAR 1,218,839 MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WERE HELPED IN GEORGIA

Food Pantries Holiday Meals Family Shelters Seniors Apartments Clothing Assistance Rent/Mortgage/ and Utility Assistance

Emergency Disaster Services Substance Use Disorder (clinical & work therapy) Health & Wellness Sports & Recreation Homeless Outreach

MIND

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE

80,699 CORPS COMMUNITY CENTERS

46,111 PEOPLE/MONTH

TOOK PART IN WORSHIP AND PROGRAMS

12,747 PEOPLE IN LEADERSHIP TRAINING AND CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT

INSTANCES OF EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE (RENT, UTILITIES, PRESCRIPTIONS, TRANSPORTATION, AND MORE)

Head Start Music & Arts Programs Job Training Character Building Counseling

Anti-Trafficking After-School Support Camp Violence Prevention

SOUL Worship Pastoral Care & Counseling Retreats

Men’s & Women’s Ministries Bible Studies Sunday School

For a more detailed description of services and a schedule of local program offerings at a Salvation Army location near you, visit SalvationArmyGeorgia.org or call 770-441-6200. 11


A nnual Financial R eport | Fiscal Year 2021 ( Fiscal year: October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021 )

Operating Income Contributions $27,793,421 Donations-in-Kind

$6,060,579

Government Funds

$5,440,846

Other Revenue / Internal Support Special Events

$15,138,049 $621,638

Sales to the Public

$9,111,514

United Way and Similar Funding Organizations

$1,815,902

Total Income

$65,981,948

Operating Expenses Corps Community Center

$11,685,622

Fundraising $5,892,881 Management and General Rehabilitation Services Residential Services Social Services

$12,604,566 $182,477 $7,129,209 $28,027,484

Total Expenses Surplus / (Deficit)

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$65,522,238 $459,710


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ANGELA'S STORY Angela is a recovering alcoholic who found herself in desperate need of help. Since 2008, she has struggled with substance abuse, a problem she realized was a cover-up for her mental health issues. Angela labels this period in her life as the “rabbit hole” – a period she realized would be challenging for her to come out from by herself. Desperate to climb out of her spiraling “rabbit hole,” it was during this time that Angela turned to The Salvation Army for help. “When you come to The Salvation Army, there are two things you can get: you can either get a place to lay your head, or you can get what I like to call a hand up, not a handout. The help is here; you just have to ask for it,” Erica encourages. Angela talked with caseworkers at The Salvation Army and quickly took advantage of many of the programs and services The Salvation Army offers. She now feels her life is on track and has progressed from being a resident of the shelter program to an employee of The Salvation Army who has become approved for her own place to live. The Salvation Army provides programs and services that help people at their point of need. That help can come from a safe place to sleep at night, a hot plate of food, receiving aid in clothing, or many other ways The Salvation Army provides help. “It’s the hardest thing in the world to do to ask for help,” says Angela, “but it can save your life.”

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ERICA'S STORY In July of 2021, Erica tragically lost her infant son. Alone and not knowing what to do, she eventually lost everything from housing to food. In a state of despair, she did what most people would do in this situation: survive. “I lived where I could live, and I allowed people to treat me horribly because I had nowhere to live,” said Erica. I didn’t want to, but I slept in places with bed bugs, I ate what I could and tried to work, but it’s hard when you don’t have a place to stay.” Erica soon realized she couldn’t do it alone and turned to The Salvation Army in Augusta, Georgia, for help. “They had bible study at the Center of Hope and took us to the Kroc Center. I ended up at Bible study, but I was a mess,” said Erica. The Salvation Army was just the help that Erica needed to get on her feet again. “They were ministering to me,” said Erica, “They told me they would love me until I could learn to love myself again and would fight for me until I could stand on my feet and learn to fight for myself.” Erica soon began to work at the Kroc Center as a bell ringer during the holiday season and attended Church every Sunday. “The people of The Salvation Army love unconditionally; that is something I never had in my life at all,” said Erica. “I know now there are people in this world that don’t want anything back for loving you.” While Erica is no longer a resident in the Center of Hope, she still considers The Salvation Army staff and officers as her family.

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"YOU'VE GOT TO WANT IT" Kelvin came to The Salvation Army as a man with a broken family and a fractured relationship with God. Desperate to get his family back, he turned to The Salvation Army for help and guidance to get his life back on track and his family back together. Things started falling back into place for Kelvin eight months after entering The Salvation Army’s rehabilitation program when his wife started talking to him again. “We started getting closer to each other, and now after being in The Salvation Army for two years, we have reunited as a family – including our twelve-year-old daughter,” Kelvin exclaimed. But Kelvin knows that rebuilding one’s trajectory in life takes work and a community to help you along the way. “You’ve got to want it,” Kelvin encourages. “Once you decide that you want to live a better life, you must build that relationship with God. You cannot do it alone, no matter how hard you try. You cannot do it for anyone else. You have to want it for yourself.” Kelvin credits The Salvation Army with helping him become the person he is today. “Coming to The Salvation Army helped me become a better man of God, a better husband, a better father, and a better person in society.”

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A PERFECT OPPORTUNITY After her granddaughter was severely injured – an injury which would cause her to undergo thirteen surgeries – Sylvia moved from Savannah, Georgia, to work in The Salvation Army’s Augusta Hope House as a housing monitor and social services worker. Sylvia's new job at the Salvation Army allowed her to help her daughter and granddaughter navigate a new way of life as they resided in Augusta's Salvation Army Hope House. “They offered me so many things,” said Sylvia. “Anything we needed…was given to us. From transportation to food and clothing…they gave us anything to make us better ourselves. They were there for us.” Sylvia thrived under the leadership and guidance of the staff at The Salvation Army and has earned nine certifications since arriving in Augusta. “I come in at a certain time, I do the intake of people who are coming in, I assign them beds, and I get them food,” said Sylvia. “This is the perfect opportunity, this job training program, because it can really change your life – it changed mine." 17


Get Involved Give

Volunteer

Whatever you are passionate about can most likely be leveraged in a volunteer opportunity and there are always opportunities ready to fill.

Make a monetary gift – visit SalvationArmyGeorgia.org to find and donate to your local community Salvation Army location.

Serve on a Salvation Army Advisory Board.

Donate gently used items – call 1.800.SA.TRUCK (728.7825)

Serve food for the homeless at a Salvation Army shelter.

Organize a drive of school supplies, nonperishables, toiletries or other items of need.

Become a trained volunteer for emergency disaster responses.

Plan your estate: wills, life insurance, payment trust, annuity, real estate, retirement and memorial giving.

Sort and pack non-perishables.

Execute a beautifying project like painting, gardening or assembling.

At Christmas season: •

Donate online at SalvationArmyGeorgia.org.

Adopt underprivileged children for “Angel Tree” by giving toys and Christmas joy.

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At Christmas season: •

Sort and pack toys for Angel Tree.

Ring The Salvation Army Bell at a “Red Kettle” location.


Georgia Locations Corps and More Albany Corps Community Center 304 West Second Avenue Albany, GA 31702 (229) 435-1428 www.salvationarmyalbany.org Athens Corps Community Center 484 Hawthorne Avenue Athens, GA 30606 (706) 543-2508 Social Service Office: (706) 543-5350 www.salvationarmyathens.org Atlanta Bellwood Boys & Girls Club 777 Donald Lee Hollowell Pkwy NW Atlanta, GA 30318 (404) 486-2765 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Atlanta Fuqua Boys & Girls Club 405 Lovejoy Street NW Atlanta, GA 30313 (404) 486-2750 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Atlanta International Corps 3771 Central Avenue Doraville, GA 30340 (404) 486-2820 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Atlanta Kroc Corps Community Center 967 Dewey Street SW Atlanta, GA 30310 (404) 638-7195 www.kroccenteratlanta.org Atlanta Peachcrest Corps and Boys & Girls Club 3500 Sherrydale Lane Decatur, GA 30032 (404) 486-2870/(404) 486-2880 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Atlanta Red Shield Harbor Light Corps 469 Marietta Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30313 (404) 486-2700 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Atlanta Temple Corps 2090 North Druid Hills Road NE Atlanta, GA 30329 (404) 486-2800 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Augusta Kroc Corps Community Center 1833 Broad Street Augusta, GA 30904 (706) 364-5762 Social Service Office: (706) 826-7933 www.salvationarmyaugusta.org

Brunswick Corps Community Center 1623 Union Street Brunswick, GA 31520 (912) 265-9381 www.salvationarmybrunswick.org Cartersville Corps Community Center 16 Felton Place Cartersville, GA 30120 (770) 387-9555 www.salvationarmycartersville.org Columbus Corps Community Center 5201 Warm Springs Rd. Columbus, GA 31909 (706) 561-9026 Social Service Office: (706) 327-0275 www.salvationarmycolumbusga.org

Savannah Corps Community Center 3000 Bee Road Savannah, GA 31404 (912) 352-8366 Social Service Office: (912) 651-7420 www.salvationarmysavannah.org Thomasville Corps Community Center 500 North Madison Street Thomasville, GA 31792 (229) 226-3772 www.salvationarmythomasville.org Valdosta Corps Community Center 320 Smithland Place Valdosta, GA 31601 (229) 232-4724 www.salvationarmyvaldosta.org

Dalton Corps Community Center 1109 North Thornton Avenue Dalton, GA 30720 (706) 278-3966 www.salvationarmydalton.org

Warner Robins Corps Community Center 96 Thomas Boulevard Warner Robins, GA 31093 (478) 922-7585 www.salvationarmywarnerrobins.org

Gainesville Corps Community Center 681 Dorsey Street Gainesville, GA 30501 (770) 534-7589 www.salvationarmygainesville.org

Waycross Corps Community Center 401 Ethel Street Waycross, GA 31503 (912) 285-7237 www.salvationarmywaycross.org

Griffin Corps Community Center and Boys & Girls Club 725 Meriwether Street Griffin, GA 30224 (770) 412-6561 www.salvationarmygriffin.org

Service Centers

Jonesboro Citadel Corps 130 Spring Street Jonesboro, GA 30236 (770) 724-1680 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Gwinnett County Corps 3455 Sugarloaf Parkway Lawrenceville, GA 30044 (770) 724-1660 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Macon Corps Community Center 1955 Broadway Macon, GA 31206 (478) 746-8572 www.salvationarmymacon.org Marietta Corps 202 Waterman Street SE Marietta, GA 30060 (770) 724-1640 www.salvationarmyatlanta.org Rome Corps Community Center 310 East Second Avenue Rome, GA 30161 (706) 291-4745 www.salvationarmyrome.org

Dublin Service Center 2378 U.S. Hwy 80 Dublin, GA 31533 (478) 275-7336 www.salvationarmydublin.org Elberton Service Center 262 North McIntosh Street Elberton, GA 30635 (706) 283-1804 www.salvationarmyelberton.org Jackson Service Center 178 North Benton Street Jackson, GA 30233 (770) 775-2940 www.salvationarmyjackson.org LaGrange Service Center 202 Church St. LaGrange, GA 30240 (706) 845-0197 www.salvationarmylagrange.org McDonough Service Center 401 Race Track Road McDonough, GA 30252 (770) 957-8868 www.salvationarmymcdonough.org Milledgeville Service Center 461 East Hancock Street Milledgeville, GA 31061 (478) 452-69407 www.salvationarmymilledgeville.org

Americus Service Center 204 North Prince Street Americus, GA 31709 (229) 924-5154 www.salvationarmyamericus.org

Newnan Service Center 670 Jefferson Street Newnan, GA 30263 (770) 251-8181 www.salvationarmynewnan.org

Bainbridge Service Center 600 Scott Street Bainbridge, GA 39818 (229) 243-7250 www.salvationarmybainbridge.org

St. Marys Service Center 1909 Osborne Road St. Marys, GA 31558 (229) 386-1503 www.salvationarmystmarys.org

Canton Service Center 251 Marietta Rd Canton, GA 30114 (770) 720-4316 www.salvationarmycanton.org

Tifton Service Center 1205 E. Highway 82 Tifton, GA 31794 (229) 386-1503 www.salvationarmytifton.org

Carrollton Service Center 115 Lake Carroll Boulevard Carrollton, GA 30112 (770) 830-0120 www.salvationarmycarrollton.org

Toccoa Service Center P.O. Box 1094 Toccoa, GA 30577 (706) 886-5293 www.salvationarmytoccoa.org

Covington Service Center 5193 Washington Street Covington, GA 30014 (770) 786-2107 www.salvationarmycovington.org

Vidalia Service Center 220 Mose Coleman Dr. Vidalia, GA 30474 (912) 538-8203 www.salvationarmyvidalia.org

Douglas Service Center 110 South Gaskin Avenue Douglas, GA 31533 (912) 825-8041 www.salvationarmydouglas.org

William Booth Towers 1125 Ponce De Leon Ave NE Atlanta, GA 30306 404 875-7495


WHILE WOMEN WEEP AS THE DO NOW, I’LL FIGHT; WHILE LITTLE CHILDREN GO HUNGRY AS THEY DO NOW, I’LL FIGHT; WHILE MEN GO TO PRISON, IN AND OUT, I’LL FIGHT; WHILE THERE YET REMAINS ONE DARK SOUL WITHOUT THE LIGHT OF GOD, I’LL FIGHT; I’LL FIGHT TO THEY VERY END.

GENERAL WILLIAM BOOTH, 1829-1912 FOUNDER OF THE SALVATION ARMY

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