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Is The Salvation Army rich?
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Yes and no! The Salvation Army is rich in the quality of devoted service given by its workers; it is rich in the esteem in which it is held by the public; it is rich in the Christian faith which motivates all it does. But The Salvation Army is not rich financially. Rather, it is a channel through which money passes to provide for those who otherwise would not be helped. The Army’s operating costs are low, and money given, designated for a specific purpose, will be applied wholly to that project. The Salvation Army does have property, without which it could not carry on its needed and varied work.


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