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Capt. David Worthy

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Area Commander

Phone: (703) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  Richmond , Virginia , United States
The Salvation Army
615 Slaters Lane
Alexandria , Virginia 22313
United States

Company Description: The Salvation Army is an international Christian organization that began its work in Canada in 1882 and has grown to become the largest non-governmental direct...   more

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Captain Worthy, officer in charge of the Panama City Corps stated, "They (residents) have been very appreciative and are ready to get to work in cleaning up their homes.
Captain David Worthy, commanding officer for The Salvation Army in Panama
Welcome to, 16 Aug 2004 [cached]
The Salvation Army, with more than 300 volunteers from around the nation in the region, was serving meals out of 47 trucks, feeding 27,000 people on Sunday alone, said Capt. David Worthy, operations chief for the Salvation Army of Florida.He said that after providing meals for up to three weeks, the agency would begin providing clothing, furniture and financial aid.
MARTIN’S® Food Markets, 19 Nov 2010 [cached]
"The Salvation Army is thrilled to partner with MARTIN'S this Christmas season through the Share a Holiday Meal Program and Angel Tree," said Captain David Worthy, Area Commander of The Salvation Army Central Virginia.
"They were allowing their selfish ..., 24 Dec 2010 [cached]
"They were allowing their selfish motivation to overrule really what was reasonable and what was right," said Capt. David Worthy, an area commander for the Salvation Army, referring to those who started grabbing items in the distribution center Wednesday.
Worthy acknowledged that someone from the Salvation Army had mistakenly told people over the phone that they could come and select gifts Wednesday. Tuesday was supposed to be the last full day of distribution for the Richmond Christmas Mother program.
The crowd grew increasingly agitated. Staffers told the group to go home and call the Salvation Army, Worthy said. "But obviously, by that point, they weren't going to leave."
Most of the staff, except one volunteer who stayed to clean up, left the building and left it locked behind them, Worthy said. But as many as 15 people found a way into the building and started snagging items.
"There's no evidence of forced entry," Worthy said.
Sheriff's officials later found people inside the building filling shopping carts with items, Worthy said. Others had collected items and left.
"We're not going to press charges," Worthy said, although he added, "We know people stole some stuff."
Worthy said some of the people still were allowed to select gifts.
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Capt. David Worthy, Salvation Army Area Commander, said the building was in "complete disrepair" when the group began leasing the building a decade ago for $1 per year.
Conditions were not ideal but livable, he said. The only alternative is to close the shelter, the only one in the region, and put the men on the street.
"We've had ongoing problems with the roof for years," Worthy said. "We are providing a wonderful service despite conditions that aren't ideal."
The shelter's lease, which is expected to be renewed this month for five years, basically calls for the city to maintain the building's exterior and The Salvation Army to maintain the interior.
"Until the roof is tight, we can't do anything," Worthy said. "It would be an issue if people's lives and health were in jeopardy."
The Salvation Army had an outside firm test for mold and air quality in February at the shelter, on Commerce Street. It found mold in the building but not of a type that would be harmful to people inside, Worthy said.
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