Sandra Thomas has been a faithful team member of The Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula "Sonshine" Child Development Center for more than twenty-five years. She has served in a variety of roles including teacher's assistant, teacher, and, for more than a decade, director of the program. After 25 years at “Sonshine” Child Development Center, Sandra … [Read More...]
JACKSON, MS (March 14, 2016) - As more and more flood survivors leave shelters and head back to their homes, The Salvation Army will be there to help them clean up what the flood waters have left behind. The Salvation Army will also continue to furnish meals to evacuees housed in shelters in Shreveport/Bossier City and Monroe and feed … [Read More...]
The Monterey Peninsula Corps has begun 2016 with a new resolution. The staff will nominate a fellow staff to receive a “Travelling Spirit Award” each month. For January, her fellow staffers have nominated Director of Housing, Jenifer Miller. This January nomination recognizes Jenifer as “a living example of the Salvation Army Mission Statement.” … [Read More...]
I-Help is a consortium of Churches on the Monterey Peninsula. Through their Interfaith Homeless Emergency Lodging Program, they haven’t missed a night offering services for the homeless in 21 years. Each evening, I-HELP transports single homeless men from central pick-up points to a hosting faith community where they spend the
night. I-HELP’s … [Read More...]
Jacqueline Lynch owns two 7-11 stores - one in Monterey and one in Del Rey Oaks. She participates in the Red Kettle campaign slightly different than most. “We call it ‘The Perpetual Kettle” says Captain Paul Swain, Corps Officer at The Salvation Army Monterey Peninsula. “She collects change year round.”
Here's the way it works.
Each of the … [Read More...]