It takes a special type of person to give selflessly and William Booth, the founder of The Salvation Army, was this kind of person. He dedicated his life to helping the outcasts of society — the homeless, hungry, poor, and those who’d lost all hope in life.
More than a century later, the Army still has our share of special, caring people who support William Booth’s vision. They are people who give, give, and give some more, both financially and otherwise. These generous social and spiritual visionaries, donating at least $5,000 or more during a calendar year, form The William Booth Society. With their combined resources, they empower The Salvation Army to provide life-changing programs and services to people right here in our cities. We’ve all known people who dedicate their lives to bettering the lives of those around them. Could The William Booth Society be your calling too?
For more information on The William Booth Society contact
Kallan Wentworth Powell Senior Major Gifts Manager
The Salvation Army National Capital Area Command