Many people become acquainted with the Salvation Army during the winter holiday season when they see members ringing the bells in front of a red kettle to collect donations to help the needy.
Salvation Army Development Director for the Western United States Dalita Lovett says the organization has one agenda, to meet the human need without discrimination and its assists 30 million Americans each year.
It runs hundreds of programs including afternoon homework clubs for kids, senior nutrition at community centers, senior low cost housing and food pantries.
Lovett says in Anaheim, the Salvation Army has its Adult Rehabilitation Center, which is among 22 centers across the Western United States.
She, along with Development Advancement & Grant Writer Denise Voss are the guests on our public affairs show “Collage,” which airs this evening at seven.
“Collage” may also be heard anytime on-line: www.Jazz885.org