06.13.2016 The Salvation Army Comments Off on Practicing For Disaster – The Salvation Army SATERN Field Day

Practicing For Disaster – The Salvation Army SATERN Field Day

Paul Bennet practices emergency communications at a previous SATERN field day. During the event Ham Radio operators practice to provide the Inland Empire with communications during a disaster.

Paul Bennet practices emergency communications at a previous SATERN field day. During the event Ham Radio operators practice to provide the Inland Empire with communications during a disaster.

Yucaipa, Calf. – The Salvation Army Emergency Service Satern Amateur Radio Network Field Day will be June 25-26, beginning at 11 am Saturday and running through 11am. Sunday, at Yucaipa Community Park located at 34900 Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399.

The event is sponsored by the Salvation Army Emergency Service of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Experienced local amateur radio operators will be at the event to mentor and provide instruction on radio operation in a disaster. Various amateur radio project demonstrations and displays will also be available.

“Field Day is the most popular on-the-air event held annually in the US and Canada. More than 35,000 radio amateurs gather with their clubs, groups, or simply with friends to operate from remote locations,” said Major Daniel Henderson.

Field Day is part educational event, part operating event, and part public relations event. The goal is to put together a self-sufficient, working radio stations, quickly and begin making as many contacts as possible in a 24-hour period. The operators simulate emergency conditions, operating portable equipment on emergency power with temporary antennas.

Often called “ham radio,” the Amateur Radio Service has been around for a century. In that time, it has grown into a worldwide community of licensed operators using the airwaves with every conceivable means of communications technology.

Ham radio members range in age from youngsters to grandparents. Even rocket scientists and a rock star or two are in the ham ranks. Most, however, are individuals who enjoy learning and being able to transmit voice, data and pictures through the air to unusual places, both near and far, without depending on commercial systems.

The Amateur Radio frequencies are the last remaining place in the usable radio spectrum where individuals can develop and experiment with wireless communications. Hams not only can make and modify their equipment, but can create whole new ways to do things.

Amateur radio has been called into action again and again to provide communications in crises when it really matters. Amateur radio people are well known for their communications support in real disaster and post-disaster situations.

The Salvation Army Emergency Service has been effective in establishing emergency communications nets during floods, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and other major disasters.  It’s a way to communicate in an emergency, even with a loss of electricity or cellphone service.

Whether you are a licensed amateur radio operator or just interested in learning more about amateur radio, come and visit the Salvation Army Satern field operation for ARRL Field Day on June 25 and 26. There is no charge to attend.

For more information call Contact: Jan Pettit, Field Day Chairman at (951) 487-8118.

 

About the Salvation Army San Bernardino Corps

The Salvation Army provides emergency services including food, lodging for homeless or displaced families, and single women; clothing and furniture; and transportation when funds are available. The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) assists rescue workers and evacuees in such disasters as fires.

 

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church, and also offers evangelical programs for boys, girls and adults. One of the largest charitable and international service organizations in the world, The Salvation Army has been in existence since 1865 and in San Bernardino since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination. Donations may always be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org or by calling 1-(800)-SAL-ARMY. Our local number is (909) 888-1336.

 

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06.13.2016 Carrie Madrid Comments Off on Macy’s Partners With The Care Project, Inc. For 11th Annual “Shop For A Cause” Program

Macy’s Partners With The Care Project, Inc. For 11th Annual “Shop For A Cause” Program

 

“We are honoring local breast cancer survivors. We also honor two women who are positive role models relative to health and wellness,” said breast cancer survivor Carrie Madrid, founder and CEO of Lady Huskies, Inc.

“We are honoring local breast cancer survivors,” said breast cancer survivor Carrie Madrid, founder and CEO of The Care Project, Inc.

Macy’s helps local charity raise funds and awareness for breast cancer patients undergoing and recovering from treatment through the national “Shop For A Cause” charity shopping event

Riverside, Calif.– For the 2nd year, Macy’s is partnering with The CARE Project, Inc. and inviting customers to participate in Macy’s eleventh annual national “Shop For A Cause” charity shopping event, taking place Friday, Aug. 26 through Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016.

Customers can begin purchasing shopping passes from The CARE Project, Inc. now. Macy’s “Shop For A Cause” is a unique shopping event dedicated to supporting local nonprofit organizations’ fundraising efforts.

Formerly a one-day initiative, this year Macy’s has extended “Shop For A Cause” to a weekend-long event. Since 2006, the program has helped raise tens of millions of dollars for charities throughout the country, and more than 5,000 charities signed up to participate last year.

“At Macy’s, we believe in supporting the communities where our customers and associates live and work,” said Holly Thomas, Macy’s group vice president of cause marketing. “That is why we are so proud of Shop For A Cause, which has helped raise tens of millions of dollars for charitable organizations since 2006. With this year’s extension to a weekend-long event, we’re offering even more opportunity to support local and national causes, and thanking our customers with special savings at Macy’s.”

Macy’s has provided The CARE Project, Inc. with shopping passes to sell for $5 each, and the organization will keep 100 percent of the proceeds for every shopping pass that it sells.

By purchasing a shopping pass from The CARE Project, Inc. customers support breast cancer patients undergoing and recovering from treatment and can enjoy spectacular discounts at Macy’s stores all weekend long from Friday, Aug. 26 through Sunday, Aug. 28, 2016

“Our motto at The CARE Project, Inc. is “Never stop caring!”  Help us CARE for others while enjoying this savings pass”, said  The CARE Project, Inc., Carrie Madrid, president.

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04.30.2016 Sundstrom Comments Off on Vote for Dr. Linda-Marie Sundstrom

Vote for Dr. Linda-Marie Sundstrom

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04.29.2016 Dameron Communications Comments Off on Rosa Parks Statue Will Memorialize Her Trailblazing Civil Rights Role

Rosa Parks Statue Will Memorialize Her Trailblazing Civil Rights Role

 

“By adorning our public buildings and parks with artistic monuments we can inspire a sense of appreciation and history in the hearts and minds of our fellow Americans,” said artist Patrick Jewett.

“By adorning our public buildings and parks with artistic monuments we can inspire a sense of appreciation and history in the hearts and minds of our fellow Americans,” said artist Patrick Jewett.

(San Bernardino, Caif.) On December 1st, 1955, after a long day at work, a courageous black woman by the name of Rosa Parks boldly challenged then-widely accepted Jim Crow laws, also known as enforced racial segregation, by refusing to give up her “colored” seat to a white individual on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.

Rosa Parks Statue Will Memorialize Her Trailblazing Civil Rights Role

On December 1st, 1955, after a long day at work, a courageous black woman by the name of Rosa Parks boldly challenged then-widely accepted Jim Crow laws, also known as enforced racial segregation, by refusing to give up her “colored” seat to a white individual on a bus in Montgomery, Alabama.

This one act of bravery led to the Montgomery bus boycott, an event that triggered what historians now refer to as the beginning of the civil rights movements in America, and that earned Parks the title of “the first lady of civil rights.”

Parks’ challenge to segregation on buses brought about the end of institutionalized segregation in the South.

In March 2006, in honor of Parks’ trailblazing role in advancing civil rights, the California State Senate and Assembly designated the California Transportation Building in downtown San Bernardino as the Rosa Parks Memorial Building.

The memorial will include a life-sized bronze statue of Parks, which will be placed in front of the building. The statue will be created by renowned local artist Patrick Jewett and the project is proudly sponsored by the San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation.

“It seemed like after naming a building after her, the only thing missing was a statue of her,” Jewett said of why he took it upon himself to approach the state about creating the work of art. “And if not me, who?”

Jewett said he hopes that once the statue is in place it will give people a sense of empowerment in the ability to bring about change.

Plans for the statue have been underway for about three years and fundraising goals to turn an artistic dream into an enduring reality have nearly been reached.

The community at large is invited to top off the efforts by contributing to the project that will honor this American hero.

The total amount needed is $15,000 to complete the statue.

Tax-deductible donations may be to:

 

The Rosa Parks Sculpture

C/O San Bernardino Black Culture Foundation

P.O. Box 7288

San Bernardino, CA. 92411-0288

Donor names will appear on a plaque near the sculpture. The Black Culture Foundation is a non- profit 501c3 charitable organization.

“By adorning our public buildings and parks with artistic monuments we can inspire a sense of appreciation and history in the hearts and minds of our fellow Americans,” said Jewett.

For more information on the project, contact Patrick Jewett at (909) 856-5487.

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04.29.2016 The Corporate Advocate Comments Off on Business, Civic Leaders Open The Corporate Advocate New Offices

Business, Civic Leaders Open The Corporate Advocate New Offices

Partners pose for a photo together at the TCA Grand Opening. Joey Sanchez, Nick Sanchez, Jessica Sanchez, Chris Blom and Ray Blom.

Partners pose for a photo together at the TCA Grand Opening. Joey Sanchez, Nick Sanchez, Jessica Sanchez, Chris Blom and Ray Blom.

City of Ontario Mayor Paul Leon handing TCA Partner Nick Sanchez a plaque. Left to right: Mayor Paul Leon, Nick Sanchez

City of Ontario Mayor Paul Leon handing TCA Partner Nick Sanchez a plaque.
Left to right: Mayor Paul Leon, Nick Sanchez

TCA team just before the official ribbon cutting. Nick Sanchez (vest), Hanssel Felix(blue tie), Anthony Hernandez(grey suit/black undershirt), Chris Blom(green tie), Matt Ditty(glasses), Ray Blom(glass and blue undershirt), Jessica Sanchez(green shirt), Wendy Clements(background), Joey Sanchez(gold tie), Cesia Jarquin(red shirt)

TCA team just before the official ribbon cutting. Nick Sanchez (vest), Hanssel Felix(blue tie), Anthony Hernandez(grey suit/black undershirt), Chris Blom(green tie), Matt Ditty(glasses), Ray Blom(glass and blue undershirt), Jessica Sanchez(green shirt), Wendy Clements(background), Joey Sanchez(gold tie), Cesia Jarquin(red shirt)

Founding Partners Joey Sanchez and Ray Blom holding Certificate of Congratulations and Certificate of Recognition from the city of Ontario. Left: Joey Sanchez, Right: Ray Blom

Founding Partners Joey Sanchez and Ray Blom holding Certificate of Congratulations and Certificate of Recognition from the city of Ontario. Left: Joey Sanchez, Right: Ray Blom

 

 

Ontario, Calif. – More than 250 business and civic leaders were on hand for the grand opening of The Corporate Advocate’s new offices in Ontario. The ribbon-cutting ceremony was held on Thursday, April 21, 2016, at the 6,000-square-foot facility located at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, near the Ontario Auto Center.

The Corporate Advocate (TCA) is comprised of a family of four companies that offer unique business solutions independently of each other or in collaboration with each other – a model TCA refers to as “co-sourcing” – based on the client’s needs: 1) JS Platinum provides business insurance; 2) TCA Business Services offers payroll and employee administration; 3) TCA Government Incentives fills employment recruitment, hiring and training needs and helps small business navigate government resources; and 4) TCA Financial helps companies realize their full financial potential and ensure long-term viability.

Previously located in Rancho Cucamonga, the new location represents the fulfillment of a longtime vision of founder Joey Sanchez, who partnered with Ray Blom in 2008 to transform TCA from a tax and accounting firm into a full-service resource for small, medium, and large-scale businesses which also needed payroll, personnel, and insurance products. As TCA became more successful in the region, the need for more space and opportunities to expand client services drove the search for a larger facility.

“We basically outgrew our former location, said son and TCA chief executive officer Joey Sanchez. “Our team envisioned a location that would bring our products and services together in one location to facilitate communications between TCA divisions and to implement our collaborative co-sourcing model for our clients. Also, we can now offer meeting and training space, new tools and technology that increase our value to our clients.”

Pedro Eugenio, owner of EZ Seal Construction, Inc. and a client since 2009, agrees with Sanchez’s assessment. “It’s great to have a larger place with all of the TCA companies together in one place,” he stated. “Before, I had to go to one location for payroll services, and another location for accounting or insurance needs. It’s good for them to be here.”

In his welcoming remarks, Hon. Paul S. Leon, mayor of the City of Ontario, noted that TCA’s presence fits well into the City’s vision, given the anticipated return of control of Ontario International Airport. “We are creating Ontario as a city to live, work and play in. Now is the time to be in business in Ontario,” he said.

Leon was joined by field representatives from the offices of San Bernardino County 4th District Supervisor Curt Hagman, Congresswoman Norma Torres (35th District, Ontario), and Assemblymember Freddie Rodriguez (52nd District, Chino) in presenting certificates of recognition.

TCA management, employees, and representatives from Ontario, Eastvale, Rancho Cucamonga, and Fontana chambers of commerce then cut the ceremonial ribbon and invited guests into the modern facility for tours and a wine reception courtesy of Ontario’s San Antonio Winery. Attendees dined on In-and-Out hamburgers, chips and soft drinks while listening to music by Inland Empire-based jazz band Plena Vista.

For more information about The Corporate Advocate, call (909) 484-4203 or visit the website at: http://www.tcacorp.com/

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04.15.2016 The Salvation Army Comments Off on Practicing For Disaster – SATERN Field Day

Practicing For Disaster – SATERN Field Day

Paul Bennet practices emergency communications at a previous SATERN field day. During the event Ham Radio operators practice to provide the Inland Empire with communications during a disaster.

Paul Bennet practices emergency communications at a previous SATERN field day. During the event Ham Radio operators practice to provide the Inland Empire with communications during a disaster.

Yucaipa, Calf. – The Salvation Army Emergency Service Satern Amateur Radio Network Field Day will be June 25-26, beginning at 11 am Saturday and running through 11am. Sunday, at Yucaipa Community Park located at 34900 Oak Glen Road Yucaipa, CA 92399.

The event is sponsored by the Salvation Army Emergency Service of Riverside and San Bernardino Counties.

Experienced local amateur radio operators will be at the event to mentor and provide instruction on radio operation in a disaster. Various amateur radio project demonstrations and displays will also be available.

“Field Day is the most popular on-the-air event held annually in the US and Canada. More than 35,000 radio amateurs gather with their clubs, groups, or simply with friends to operate from remote locations,” said Major Daniel Henderson.

Field Day is part educational event, part operating event, and part public relations event. The goal is to put together a self-sufficient, working radio stations. quickly and begin making as many contacts as possible in a 24-hour period. The operators simulate emergency conditions, operating portable equipment on emergency power with temporary antennas.

Often called “ham radio,” the Amateur Radio Service has been around for a century. In that time, it has grown into a worldwide community of licensed operators using the airwaves with every conceivable means of communications technology.

Ham radio members range in age from youngsters to grandparents. Even rocket scientists and a rock star or two are in the ham ranks. Most, however, are individuals who enjoy learning and being able to transmit voice, data and pictures through the air to unusual places, both near and far, without depending on commercial systems.

The Amateur Radio frequencies are the last remaining place in the usable radio spectrum where individuals can develop and experiment with wireless communications. Hams not only can make and modify their equipment, but can create whole new ways to do things.

Amateur radio has been called into action again and again to provide communications in crises when it really matters. Amateur radio people are well known for their communications support in real disaster and post-disaster situations.

The Salvation Army Emergency Service has been effective in establishing emergency communications nets during floods, hurricanes, fires, earthquakes, and other major disasters.  It’s a way to communicate in an emergency, even with a loss of electricity or cellphone service.

Whether you are a licensed amateur radio operator or just interested in learning more about amateur radio, come and visit the Salvation Army Satern field operation for ARRL Field Day on June 25 and 26. There is no charge to attend.

For more information on how to find a wood floor refinishing new york company call Contact: Jan Pettit, Field Day Chairman at (951) 487-8118.

 

About the Salvation Army San Bernardino Corps

The Salvation Army provides emergency services including food, lodging for homeless or displaced families, and single women; clothing and furniture; and transportation when funds are available. The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) assists rescue workers and evacuees in such disasters as fires.

 

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church, and also offers evangelical programs for boys, girls and adults. One of the largest charitable and international service organizations in the world, The Salvation Army has been in existence since 1865 and in San Bernardino since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination. Donations may always be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org or by calling 1-(800)-SAL-ARMY. Our local number is (909) 888-1336.

 

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04.13.2016 The Corporate Advocate Comments Off on The $800 Million Corporate Advocate Moves to Ontario – Host Grand Opening

The $800 Million Corporate Advocate Moves to Ontario – Host Grand Opening

The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. To attend the Grand Opening or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/ The Corporate Advocates team Left to right:  Matthew Ditty, Vendor Relations, Dustin Garbaciak, Social Media Director, Linda Gellis,  Director of Agent Support, Oasis Flores, Hanssel Felix, General Manager, Christine Morales, Customer Service, Wendy Clements, Client Relations Manager, Jenniffer Jerez, Business Development, Mark Munoz, Accounting Manager, Jessica Sanchez, Partner, Ray Blom, COO, Nick Sanchez, CEO, Anthony Hernandez, Business Development, Giselle Carmona, Client Service, Cesia Gonzalez, Customer Service, Chris Blom, Partner, Joy Sanchez, Partner.

The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. To attend the Grand Opening or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/
The Corporate Advocates team Left to right: Matthew Ditty, Vendor Relations, Dustin Garbaciak, Social Media Director, Linda Gellis, Director of Agent Support, Oasis Flores, Hanssel Felix, General Manager, Christine Morales, Customer Service, Wendy Clements, Client Relations Manager, Jenniffer Jerez, Business Development, Mark Munoz, Accounting Manager, Jessica Sanchez, Partner, Ray Blom, COO, Nick Sanchez, CEO, Anthony Hernandez, Business Development, Giselle Carmona, Client Service, Cesia Gonzalez, Customer Service, Chris Blom, Partner, Joy Sanchez, Partner.

 

Ontario, Calif. – The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. The newly renovated, 6,000 square foot offices are near the Ontario Auto Center. Their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting is Thursday April 21, from 5:30 to 8:00 PM at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, Ontario, CA 91761.

The Corporate Advocate, and its family of companies, has grown to serve more than 200 client companies nationwide representing more than $800 million in annual payroll.

The Corporate Advocate is going all out hosting the event. The Grand Opening catering comes from the famous In-N-Out truck and San Antonio Winery servicing their guests of business leaders, business owners, community leaders, elected officials and other dignitaries.

The Grand Opening includes four ribbon-cuttings with the Ontario, Eastvale, Rancho Cucamonga and Fontana chambers of commerce and tours of the new offices. The Corporate Advocate’s offices include a video production studio, a training facility and large reception area.

During the festivities, the training room will host speakers addressing interesting solutions to common business problems.

“We invite our guests to learn more about how The Corporate Advocate’s co-sourcing model improves employee management, reduces costs and increase productivity for small, medium and large businesses,” said CEO and founder Joey Sanchez.

Sanchez established The Corporate Advocate in the 1980s as a tax and accounting firm. After the great recession of 2008, Sanchez, the Chief Executive Officer and founder, partnered with Ray Blom the Chief Operating Officer, to work towards a common vision of supporting and educating business nationwide.

“Our vision was, and still is, to help businesses, large or small, stay alive through the right mixture of great insurance plans and employee management services. An excellent solution is the Collaborative Co-sourcing model of employee management,” said Blom.

Blom expressed that “52 percent of business start-ups fail in the first five years of opening their doors. This is something that we can change in the Inland Empire with the right management tools and employee services. Small Business is the backbone of our economy, and we are dedicated to help small businesses be successful well beyond the five-year mark,” said Blom.

“Regulation and compliance on employers is becoming more complicated and difficult to handle. We cannot let that be a barrier to entry for any new businesses. The Corporate Advocate’s goal is for each management team to know exactly what they are getting into and exactly how to handle it,” said Sanchez.

The Corporate Advocate’s family of business includes:

JS Platinum – Provides companies, small and large, with Business Insurance – Running a business involves a significant investment. Their business insurance experts help protect your investment by minimizing financial risks associated with unexpected events such as an injured employee, a lawsuit, or a natural disaster with the right coverage at the right price.

TCA Business Services – Provides employers with backend services for by taking on the bothersome tasks of Payroll administration, Payroll Tax filings, Workers’ Compensation, Claims Management and Employee Safety. TCA realizes that Small Business owners do not have the ability or desire to effectively deal with these challenges.

TCA Incentives – Helps employers recruit and hire new employees, while bringing them money to do it! These guys help you take advantage of government money that is available to employers for hiring and training new employees. They’re so confident they can help that they don’t get paid until you do!

To attend The Corporate Advocate’s Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/

About The Corporate Advocate

The Corporate Advocate is made up by a family of divisions that is able to offer their unique business solutions independently of each other or as a customizable solution. The Corporate Advocate helps businesses identify and capture available Government Funds and Tax Credits and to help identify, negotiate and secure government incentives. Their ability to capitalize on innovative business programs, cost cutting services and customizable programs has made them one of the most respected and diverse business solutions providers in the markets they serve.

 

For more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/

 

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The $800 Million Corporate Advocate Moves to Ontario – Host Grand Opening

Ontario, Calif.The Corporate Advocate has moved from Rancho Cucamonga to Ontario. The newly renovated 6,000 square foot offices are near the Ontario Auto Center. Their Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting is Thursday April 21, 2016 from 5:30 to 8:00 PM at 1455 Auto Center Drive Suite 125, Ontario, CA 91761.

 

The Grand Opening catering comes from the famous In-N-Out truck, and San Antonio Winery to serve their guests of business leaders, business owners, community leaders, elected officials and other dignitaries.

 

To attend or for more information call, 909 484-4203 or go to: http://www.tcacorp.com/

 

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04.11.2016 ABO Real Estate Comments Off on The Business Center Has Workspaces from $50 a Month

The Business Center Has Workspaces from $50 a Month

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Call: 909-886-2388

 

Are you looking for an affordable shared workplace, to launch your business, run your small business or work on a special project?

Are you looking for a place to work and network that supports small business development?

Are you tired of working in one crowded noisy restaurant and coffee shop after another?

 

Come to The Business Center!!!!!

For just $50 a month you can share a workspace with all the work amenities you need to succeed or have your own office. It’s here today! It’s all month-to-month with no long term contract, lease or membership.

 

It’s a newly remodeled building, with plenty of free parking, all utilities are included, maintenance service included with on site security and 24 hour video security monitoring.

 

Don’t wait move in today!

For just $50 a month (first and last month required) you receive:

  • A work space/cubical to use
  • Month to month no long term contract, lease or membership
  • High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Self-service coffee available
  • Device charging available
  • Printer Access
  • Copy machine access
  • Scanner Access
  • Conference room available for meetings

 

Also there are ……  

Private Offices available from $225 a month with:

  • High Speed Wi-Fi
  • Furnished Offices
  • Month to month or lease available
  • Directory listing
  • Printer Access
  • Copy machine access
  • Scanner Access
  • Fax machine Access
  • Conference room available for meeting

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03.24.2016 The Salvation Army Comments Off on The Salvation Army Holds Easter Sunrise Service

The Salvation Army Holds Easter Sunrise Service

Major Dan and Captain Anya Henderson welcome you to Easter Sunrise Service.

Major Dan and Captain Anya Henderson welcome you to Easter Sunrise Service.

(SAN BERNARDINO, Calif.) The Salvation Army Corps of San Bernardino invites the public to attend its Easter Sunrise services at its new location at 2626 Pacific Avenue, 92346, at 6:30 a.m.

“We are excited to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ at our new location in eastern San Bernardino,” said Major Daniel Henderson pastor and director of the local corps.

There is lots of free parking available on the four-and-a-half-acre campus.

For more information call (909) 888-1336.

About the Salvation Army San Bernardino Corps

The Salvation Army provides emergency services including food, lodging for homeless or displaced families, and single women; clothing and furniture; and transportation when funds are available. The Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network (SATERN) assists rescue workers and evacuees in such disasters as fires.

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church, and also offers evangelical programs for boys, girls and adults. One of the largest charitable and international service organizations in the world, The Salvation Army has been in existence since 1865 and in San Bernardino since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination. Donations may always be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org or by calling 1-(800)-SAL-ARMY. Our local number is (909) 888-1336.

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03.24.2016 The Salvation Army Comments Off on The Salvation Army San Bernardino Expands in San Bernardino

The Salvation Army San Bernardino Expands in San Bernardino

(San Bernardino, Calif.) The Salvation Army Corps of San Bernardino has moved from its downtown location on Fifth Street to its new location at 2626 Pacific Avenue, San Bernardino, CA 92346. The new location is just down the street from Pacific High School and next door to the San Bernardino City soccer fields.

The move happened almost a year ago in early May, however the Salvation Army continues to serve meals at the Fifth Street location at 4:45 p.m. every day. “Because of our meals service has not stopped, some people don’t know we moved,” said Major Henderson.

Last year The Salvation Army served 89,282 meals to the hungry, much of that at the Fifth street location. The Salvation Army supports those in need without discrimination.

“The plan is to move daily meal service to our Hospitality House, located on 10th street, after necessary remodeling and expansion is completed. The Hospitality House and Transitional Living Center move families and single women from homelessness to permanent housing in as few as 18 months. People leaving our program are equipped to live life successfully,” said Major Henderson

“The Transitional Living Center is a successful program with 94 percent of families completing the program to exit to permanent housing,” said Anne Metu, MILR, CADC-II director of the Transitional Housing Center and Homeless Shelter.

“It is important for those in need, and the people that help them, to know our offices have moved to the new location,” said Major Henderson.

“The Salvation Army serves people in need of help providing food, lodging for homeless or displaced families and single women; clothing and furniture; and transportation when funds are available. Our new 10,000 square foot facilities gives us more room for children’s after school programs, church services, character building programs for youth, and other needed services.”

Since 1887, the San Bernardino Corps has helped residents of the San Bernardino area overcome life’s challenges. Its current service area is San Bernardino, Highland, Bloomington, Colton, Grand Terrace and Rialto.

Donations may always be made online at www.salvationarmyusa.org or by calling 1-(800)-SAL-ARMY. For help or for more information call (909) 888-1336.

About the Salvation Army San Bernardino Corps

The Salvation Army is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church, and also offers evangelical programs for boys, girls and adults. One of the largest charitable and international service organizations in the world, The Salvation Army has been in existence since 1865 and in San Bernardino since 1887, supporting those in need without discrimination

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