Saturday, March 2, 2013

We need your old stuff!

Reggie Kelly, one of the
many men helped by the
Family Stores
Did you know that every time you donate your old clothes, furniture and collectibles to The Salvation Army we turn it into life-changing programs?

We offer a 180-day residential program for men that may be in need of assistance successfully re-entering society. Our program is Christian based and provides instruction and activities focusing on learning skills that allow participants to gain insights into their problems.We use a Christian 12 Step recovery program called "Celebrate Recovery!" as curriculum, in addition to the Bible. Residents acquire self-respect, and develop moral and spiritual principles that will enable them to gain purpose and meaning in their lives.  Although the program is not exclusive to men with substance abuse/addiction problems, they do constitute a majority of the residents.To learn how ARC helped a recovering addict click here.
Our warehouse shelves are empty, your donations are needed!

Each ARC offers residential housing, work in our stores and processing donated items, and group and individual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment. The physical and spiritual care that program participants receive prepares them to re-enter society and return to gainful employment. Many of those who have been rehabilitated are also reunited with their families.

The only source of funding for this 3.5 million dollar program is through the sale of donated usable items in our Family Stores located at 11523 E. 31st St. Tulsa and 4700 W. Kenosha St. Broken Arrow.

WE DESPERATELY NEED DONATIONS OF USABLE ITEMS, our shelves are bare. These items may be dropped off at our two store locations or at our Processing Center directly behind our Main Center located at 601 N. Main St. Tulsa, Ok. We are also happy to schedule an appointment to pick up items at your home. You can call us at 1-800-SATRUCK. (1-800-728-7825) or by going to you can also see a list of items we are not able to take by selecting “Schedule a Pickup” We thank you for your support.

May God bless you.

Major Tom Overton

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