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Throughout the month of October, in honor of domestic violence awareness, the Emmy award winning ABC Action News 'Taking Action Against Domestic Violence' is promoting its "Get 2 Zero" Stop the Abuse campaign.
On October 22nd, ABC Action News is hosting a live telethon to benefit 12 area domestic violence programs, including The Salvation Army Domestic Violence Shelter. Local businesses and organization are encouraged to particpate in raising awareness and support. Top fundraisers will get major television exposure! For information, please contact Kimberly Clipper at 727.856.6498 or Maria Matheus at 727.815.8539.
To donate now, please visit "Get to Zero" Stop the Abuse at:
The 2014 football season is underway, and the Community Center needs your help with purchasing football equipment, especially football helmets! With the rising cost of football equipment & county field fees, the Salvation Army Football League, which has been a staple of the community for the past 15 years, will greatly benefit by your benevolent support!
Please purchase football helmets here
(Schutt Youth 2014 Air Standard III Football Helmet)
We need 30 black helmets: 5 Youth Small, 20 Youth Medium, 5 Youth Large
and 30 white helmets: 5 Youth Small, 20 Youth Medium, 5 Youth Large.
Greetings from new corps officer Captain Ken Fagan!
Please check out the video below, courtesy of Carl Orth @ The Suncoast News.
The Salvation Army serving Pasco County since 1978
The Salvation Army is acclaimed worldwide for its broad humanitarian service and outreach. Its impressive history as a religious and charitable organization dates to 1865, when it was founded by William Booth, in Victorian England, to minister to the homeless. Booth's compassion for society's outcasts sparked a spiritual and social revolution that continues to this day. In the United States, the first Salvation Army meeting was held on March 10, 1880 in Battery Park, New York City. The Salvation Army still upholds the code of doctrine and discipline formalized by its founder. The Salvation Army's Mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
In 1978, Pasco County welcomed the Salvation Army to its community and has nurtured the growth of its social service programs and caring spirit for more than 30 years. During this time, the services offered by the Salvation Army have grown to embrace the sick and lonely, feeding and care of the poor, providing shelter to abused women & children and counseling and support to all victims of domestic violence, and administer emergency response in times of disaster. In addition, we now have one of the largest Salvation Army Community Centers in the state of Florida offering Before and After School Care, Summer Camp, and sports programs featuring football and basketball.
The Salvation Army of Pasco County is a compassionate organization
driven by the Gospel of Jesus Christ, dedicated to meeting human needs
and enriching our community.
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