Every person has a story to tell.

Every person has a story to tell.

The Salvation Army serves 27 million people annually, each one with a unique story.
Here are some real human stories of people experiencing challenges and seizing a second chance.

John's story started with gallon of milk.

John Potter, a former bike gangster and self-proclaimed rebel, recalls his experience living a hard life of crime and what led to his ultimate redemption. Presently, John serves as a volunteer feeding over 100 homeless people a day and leading disaster relief efforts through The Salvation Army Corps in Casper, Wyoming.