Released 12 November 2013
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The Salvation Army Receives $10,000 from Anonymous Donor
Through The Pikes Peak Community Foundation
Funds will be used for local Youth Development Programs
Cincinnati, OH (November 12, 2013) - The Salvation Army today announced that it received $10,000 from a generous, long-standing supporter through The Pikes Peak Community Foundation. This gift will support after-school and summer enrichment programs at all six of The Salvation Army Community Centers in Greater Cincinnati.
"We're delighted to receive this financial support," said Major Hugh Steele, Divisional Commander for the Salvation Army in Greater Cincinnati. "Our Youth Development Programs encourage and enrich children. We help them gain strong foundational skills and improve their chances of success in the future."
The Salvation Army is focused on the future of our community. Through The Salvation Army's after-school and summer enrichment programs, children receive training in life skills and conflict resolution as well as reading, math, science and technology. "Thanks to this generous donor, we're in a better position to continue changing lives by meeting the important needs of youth in Greater Cincinnati," stated Matt Pearce, Development Director at The Salvation Army. "We're deeply grateful."
To learn more about The Salvation Army in Greater Cincinnati and the programs it offers, please visit www.salvationarmycincinnati.org.
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