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This article was originally published by Kathy Lovin on The
Salvation Army's Expect Change Blog
The Los Angeles Clippers are making an impact in Los Angeles
and not just on the basketball court!
They recently spruced up the library / computer room at The
Salvation Army's Westwood Transitional Village with 11 computers, 10 computer
chairs, 10 pairs of headphones, 1 printer, 20 mini iPads, 1 Macbook Pro and one
iPad cart that will be used to store and charge the Minis.
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Without any order or communication, many people were unable to verify the safety of their families and loved ones after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines.
When the California Highway Patrol recently called The Salvation Army, Alicia Morales headed for the freeway.
On March 9th 2014 Diane Good, Director of The Salvation Army's Westwood Transitional Village, will be participating in the LA Marathon. Not only is she taking on this challenge but, she will also be raising money for this unique housing center.
For more than 125 years The Salvation Army has been delivering services and hope to the less fortunate on the streets of Los Angeles and to those in shelters, schools, and daycare centers across the Southland. Internationally, it is an organization with a lineage of public service that dates back to 1865, and has evolved over the decades into a social service provider with an unmatched scope and breadth. The Salvation Army currently has representation in 120 different countries worldwide, in addition to nearly 8,000 centers of operation across the United States.
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