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Divisional Headquarters


Southern New England Division
Serving Connecticut and Rhode Island

855 Asylum Avenue
Hartford, CT 06105
(860) 702-0000

Major David Champlin,
Divisional Commander
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DHQ Receptionist(Major Jackson, Receptionist for Southern New England Divisional Headquarters, is happy to assist.)

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Divisional Secretary/
Men’s Fellowship Secretary

Captain Samuel Gonzalez

Rhode Island State Coordinator
Major Wendy A. Kountz
- (401) 490-0240, Ext. 101

Director of Public Relations & Marketing
James Gordon - (860) 702-0033

Director of Development
Lisa G. Cretella - (860) 702-0030

Donor Relations Director
Dawn M. Fleming - Office: (860) 702-0037
Cell: (860) 331-0018

Director of Planned Giving
Michael Afflitto - (860) 702-0070

Marshal House Director of Operations
Lynn Naughton, M.S. HS-BCP - (860) 543-8430
Family Shelter - (860) 543-8423

Director of Childcare Programs
Heather LaCasse - (860) 543.8413

CONNRI Lodge & Conference Center
Assistant Camp Director

Katie Perrett - (860) 429-6840

Camp CONNRI - Summer Youth Camp
Divisional Youth & Candidates' Secretary

Captain David Childs - (860) 429-6401

To Schedule a Pickup:
Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825)
to discuss a pickup of your items or to find out the nearest dropoff location.

Soups On... at Soup, Soap & Hope

MERIDEN - The Fourth Annual Meriden Salvation Army Soup, Soap & Hope fundraiser was held at the Four Points by Sheraton Meriden on Thursday evening, April 10, to spread the word about the work of the Army in the City.


Montville Brush Fire Extinguished

MONTVILLE - The Salvation Army's New London Emergency Disaster Services Canteen 1 served yet again, this time at a large brush fire off Kittemaug Road in Montville on the afternoon of Monday, April 7. Crews from Montville; CT DEEP; surrounding towns; and CL&P all assisted in fighting the fire, which was located on top of a hill overlooking the Thames River. This task was made difficult by strong winds, dry vegetation, its location, and the high-voltage electrical transmission lines overhead.


Five-Alarm Fire at Torrington Warehouse

TORRINGTON - Over 150 firefighters from several surrounding towns spent over 13 hours bringing a stubborn warehouse fire under control. The blaze broke out just before 8:00 AM and was not contained until about 9:15 in the evening. Torrington Fire Chief Gary Brunnoli said that although the fire had been contained, he expected to be at the scene all night. The building located on Taylor Street had been owned by O&G Industries and was leased to Toce Brothers to store tires. Residents from surrounding homes were forced to be evacuated due to the heavy smoke and were not allowed back into their homes until after 8:00PM. Firefighters from Thomaston, Litchfield, Watertown, New Hartford, Winsted, Danbury, and Waterbury responded to the fire.


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