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Welcome to the official Web site of The Salvation Army Cascade Division, headquartered in Portland Oregon. The Cascade Division provides help and hope to thousands of individuals in Oregon and Southern Idaho every year.
We are located at "8495 SE Monterey Avenue, Happy Valley, OR 97086." To contact us by phone: 503.794.3200 or 1.800.481.3280.
ABOUT OUR ADULT
Please join The Salvation Army and KeyBank for the dedication of SAFES at Harbor Light!!
Thursday, May 16th, 2013
30 SW 2nd Ave
(Corner of 2nd & Burnside)
3pm - 4pm - Dedication and Ribbon Cutting
4pm - 6pm - Community Open House
For more information, click here.
KATU Everyday Hero: David Evans
One of The Salvation Army's finest was recognized recently as one of KATU's Everyday Heroes: David Evans. David is the Tour Director at The Salvation Army Rose Center for Seniors and took the seniors on 112 trips last year alone!
Find out more about David and the Rose Center by watching the video above!
Week Two: The Salvation Army Continues Service in NY and NJ
Alexandria, VA (November 5, 2012) - The Salvation Army continues to serve hundreds of thousands of storm survivors following Hurricane Sandy. The most heavily impacted areas include New York and
New Jersey where The Salvation Army remains committed to . . .
125 Years in Portland, Oregon
KATU Everyday Heroes Features Gresham Salvation Army Youth Center
This is a story about partnerships that are formed through several nonprofits reaching out to one another and influencing an after-school tutoring program.
Click on picture above.
KPAM 860 NATIONAL WINNER OF THE NABEF'S SERVICE TO COMMUNITY AWARD FOR OPERATION SANTA CLAUS
CLICK ON AWARD FOR MORE INFO . . .
Did You Know that The Salvation Army has been in 140 feature films
Did You Know that The Salvation Army has been in
140 feature films
"The Salvation Army ARC In Action"Salvation Army Volunteer "An Angel's Apprentice"
"The Salvation Army ARC In Action"
Salvation Army Volunteer "An Angel's Apprentice"
Oregon's KATU Television just started a feature segment on their newscast about "everyday heroes." The Salvation Army in Portland nominated a unique man with an incredile story.