Salvation Army one:12
Now there’s a new way to personally bless people in need. It’s Salvation Army one:12, and we are thrilled to invite you to be part it.
What’s one:12? A community of monthly givers who provide reliable donations to fuel our promise to do the most good. In one:12, you are the one, and your 12 monthly gifts are the hope for better days. When you join, you will directly impact individuals and families in crisis.
We’re asking you for a monthly pledge to one:12. In return, we promise to deliver stories straight to your inbox about how your gifts are truly changing lives. If you want to be part of something truly life-changing, and if you think there should be more talk of good news in the world, then one:12 is for you.
The name one:12
Genesis 1:12 says, “The land produced vegetation: plants bearing seed according to their kinds and trees bearing fruit with seed in it according to their kinds. And God saw that it was good.”
Your participation in this new monthly giving program represents the opportunity for growth and fresh starts. Your monthly gift is the seed, which we’ll plant and tend to until it grows into something even bigger. The end result will be beautiful new stories of lives changed.
Why monthly giving?
Double your impact
Stories made possible by one:12
Blood pressure checks wouldn’t be enough. The nursing students at Inver Hills Community College wanted to do something more for homeless people served by The Salvation Army. Something that left people better off than they were before. Something personal…(Read more)
Poverty and health: The ultimate Catch-22
The Twin Cities Salvation Army is ramping up its efforts to provide services that promote good health for low-income people – things like $2 fitness classes and truckloads of free fruits and veggies…(Read more)
Northwoods Camp: Ministering in God’s country
At The Salvation Army Northwoods Camp in Finlayson, Minn., we asked counselors for real-life examples of how the camp impacts children. One counselor’s story says it all…(Read more)
Special delivery: Food shelf goes extra mile
A Twin Cities Salvation Army satellite office is busy going the extra mile, connecting services to people without a ride…(Read more)
Beyond belief: Minnesotans volunteer in Oklahoma
Minnesota Salvation Army volunteers Tom Brustad and Patrice O’Reilly landed in Oklahoma on May 31 to spend two weeks providing emotional and spiritual care to tornado survivors. Nothing could have prepared them…(Read more)
Tough neighborhood, even tougher team
In one of St. Paul’s toughest neighborhoods, potential is everywhere begging to be unlocked. The Payne Ave. Salvation Army has found one of the keys. It has created, from scratch, girls basketball teams that almost never lose…(Read more)
Read more stories, blog posts and testimonials on our Latest Headlines page.