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Thank you for supporting The Salvation Army's annual Red Kettle Luncheon! We are so pleased to see so many individuals eager to help those in need right here in our community.
Thank you to everyone who attended, and to our special guests Mark Wright and Aidan Lang, and to the clients who shared their stories of overcoming incredible obstacles with help from The Salvation Army.
If you were able to attend our luncheon, you saw several individuals and families helped by The Salvation Army here in King County, through services such as Food, Shelter, Domestic Violence Aid, Disaster Relief, Youth Programs and Addiction Recovery. We hope you find their stories as inspiring as we do.
If you were unable to attend, it's not too late to help! Please consider making a donation, and remember all gifts of $300+ will be matched!
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Thank you for being a part of this important event. Your support allows The Salvation Army to continue its life-saving work in the community.
BEVERLEY was homeless and received food and shelter from The Salvation Army. - "Now, we sleep in our own warm bed every night."
TAMMY spent 6 months in The Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Center for addiction recovery. - "I was hopeless and defeated... I now have an amazing relationship with my children."
KESIA received assistance for herself and her four daughters from an abusive situation. - "This program surpassed any expectation."
MAJOR AMY REARDON helped families of loved ones suffering from the Duck Bus collision in Seattle. - "They thanked us for our compassion... saying they would always remember us."
BRIANA received music lessons and is now headed to college on a music scholarship. Watch her story below.
JOHN & MELISSA found recovery and a better future for their family through The Salvation Army. Watch their story below.
The “Arthur S Langlie” Award
The Arthur S. Langlie Award is presented annually to an individual, foundation, or corporation, to recognize visionary leadership and selfless service to others. Established in 2002, the award is a tribute to Arthur S. Langlie and his 40 years of leadership and service to The Salvation Army. Today, his family honors his legacy with an award in his name to acknowledge others for dedication to the community.
We are pleased to announce this year's award recipient:
Donald A. Lockwood