The Salvation Army
A woman who survived nearly 13 hours in the rubble of a Philadelphia building collapse but lost both legs has sued the Salvation Army, whose store she was in at the time, demolition contractors and others.
Just in time for this frigid blast, the Salvation Army of Greater Philadelphia kicked off a campaign Tuesday to get 9,000 new coats to children in need.
The Salvation Army says three of their trademark red kettles have been stolen from bell ringers within the past few weeks.
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Philadelphia offers an amazing array of clothing stores for kids. From chic to thrift, you’ll find that you can dress your child from head to toe in everything from ironic t-shirts to designer dresses.