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The Salvation Army helps make families whole.

The Salvation Army uses the Pathway of Hope initiative, to help families in need. Pathway of Hope provides individualized services to families with children who desire to take action to break the cycle of crisis and vulnerability that repeats generation after generation. By helping families overcome challenges like unemployment, unstable housing, and lack of education, we can lead families down a path toward increased stability and, ultimately, self-sufficiency.  Pathway of Hope seeks to address the root causes of poverty through The Salvation Army?s compassionate serving of others.

Please call Kelle Larned our Program Director at (563) 324-4808 or email her at Kelle_Larned@usc.salvationarmy.org to get answers to your questions.  To make donations or to volunteer to help others contact Bill Horrell at (563) 324-4808 or  bill_horrell@usc.salvationarmy.org 

Pathway of Hope Makes a Difference!

How we help equip families

Use this paragraph to introduce the ways you help within this ministry. Then, index your programs or services below. Here is your opportunity to get hyper-local. You may have specific programs or services that apply to multiple ministries. There is no harm in listing these on all applicable ministry landing pages. Consider your audience, who may be looking for immediate help (and make sure they have a way to initiate it).

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Program/Service 2
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Other Ways We Meet Need