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- The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland: Major Lurlene-Kay M. Johnson talks with Fox 8 News Cleveland about the Christmas in July campaign and explains exactly how the Salvation Army serves people in need all year long.
About The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland
Gifts and donations provides food and shelter to the homeless and hungry, help addicts and prisoners get their lives back on track, and provides compassionate care for at-risk youth, senior citizens, and impoverished families throughout Northeast Ohio and the Greater Cleveland Area.
The Salvation Army is a religious and social service organization, a branch of the Christian church dedicated to a holistic ministry to body, mind and soul. They seek to improve the physical environment, provide for material needs and lead people to a personal relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
- For the latest updates, news and information, visit them online at: http://neo.salvationarmy.org
The Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland Channel | Northeast Ohio Division
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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Professional photographers were behind the click and flash of working cameras Saturday, but not on any red carpet. The stars were some of the hundred parents and children in the Salvation Army’s Zelma George Family Shelter, in focus …
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CLEVELAND, Ohio — For the sixth consecutive year, volunteers from the Jewish Federation of Cleveland are working to make sure Cleveland youths who normally eat breakfast and lunch at school are fed during the two-week holiday school break. “On any given day after school we’ll have 100 kids here,” said Salvation Army Learning Zone Director Margaret Craig.