Kevin Smith Title slide “The Salvation Army” Kevin Smith November 10, 2010 Title Slide Image Image 1 (Introduction) Introduction (Audio Script: Image 1) (Image 1 fade in)The salvation army is a place where people who are in need go to get food, clothing, or many other items that they might need. The salvation army has been formed all around the world today, and they have a lot of businesses and foundations that help out people in their societies. The salvation army is a nonprofit organization and it has a lot of different foundations all around the world. I now give you the opportunity to hear and learn about the foundation and structure of the salvation army.(Image 1 fade out) The Salvation Army Doing The Most, 2010 (Image 2) Body Content (Image 2 and 3) (Image 2 fade in) According to the Salvation Army- International “The salvation army was founded in 1865 by one- time Methodist minister William Booth and his wife Catherine. The salvation army was modeled after the military with its own flag and its own music.”(Image 2 fade out)(Image 3 fade in) The salvation army provides items such as clothing, food, furniture, and even just a shower to stay clean. According to The salvation Army Giving New Hope, “Once those items are provided, a person can stay up to 8 nights for free, giving them a warm bed, shower, and toiletries, food and someone to help them plan what to do next. William Booth, 2010 (Image 3) Salvation Army Donations/Shaw Bears, 2001 (Image 3 fade out)( Image 4 fade in) The Salvation army thrives off of the donations that it receives from the people in the society. Most Salvation Army facilities place donation kettles (Image 4) Need Raises Salvation Army’s Goal for Bell-Ringing Collections, outside of their facilities, which are there 2010 for people who are willing to give money, or make any type of donation. (Image 4 fade out) (Image 5) (Image 5) (Image 5 fade in) The salvation army got its name when William Booth had a meeting among a group of his leaders. It also symbolizes a symbol of help and hope for people who are in need and feel like they cannot survive in today’s society. (Image 5 fade out) (Image 6) (Image 6 fade in) The salvation army not only takes care of the people in the communities in which they are located, they put forth help for people all around the world today. They have responded to disasters in places such as Indonesia, Agency/ The Salvation Army, 2010 (Image 6) Uganda, Africa, and many more places that have hade natural disasters. The Salvation Army- National Capital Area Command, 2010 (Image 7) (Image 7) At some salvation army facilities people can even purchase items for lower prices because at many of their facilities they take a lot of unwanted items that people just have sitting around and sell them for cheaper prices. (Image 7 fade out) Salvation Army Giveaway/ Families in Need, 2010 (Image 8 and 9) (Image 8) (image 8 fade in)The salvation army takes anything a person can donate, and they have been doing it for a numerous amount of years at the same time. (Image 8 fade out)(Image 9 fade in) They have people that take any donation a person can give, and with the salvation army giving a little can help a person a lot. (Image 9 fade out) Salvation Army/ Donations, 2008 (Image 9) Why Do I Support The salvation Army, 2008 Conclusion (Image 10) (Image 10) (image 10 fade in) I hope that by seeing what the salvation army does for others in the community that more people will start to give donations in the future. Outside of every facility they have a place to kame any type of donation, which help out people who are in need. (Image 10 fade out) (Image 11) (Image 11 fade in) The salvation army provides for individuals all around the world, so let’s try to make the world better by giving. Salvation Army/ Demand Of Services, 2009 (Image 11) Johnson County Salvation Army Camp, 2009 For more information on the Salvation Army visit the website The Salvation Army: Doing the Most Good. Thank You References Keith, U (2010) The Salvation Army-International. http://www.salvationarmy.org/ihq/www_sa.nsf. Accessed November 11, 2010. Caleigh, B (2010) The salvation Army Giving New Hope. http://media.www.asubellringer.com/TheSalvation.Army.Giving.New.Hope-3956212.shtml Accessed November 11, 2010. Image Credits Elliott, G. 2010. “Salvation Army Johnson, TN Corps”. Photo. The Salvation Army Doing the Most. http://www.uss.salvationarmy.org/uss/www_uss_johnson.nsf/ Accessed November 11, 2010. Wikipedia 2010. “ William Booth”. Photo. Deutsch: William Booth. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Williambooth.jpg#filehistory Accessed November 11, 2010. Ford-Kee, D. 2001. “Shaw Bears Donation”. 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