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David Worthy

Area Commander

The Salvation Army

HQ Phone:  (562) 436-7000

Email: d***@***.org

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The Salvation Army

180 East Ocean Blvd.

Long Beach, California,90802

United States

Company Description

The Salvation Army, established in London in 1865, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination for more than 130 years in the United States. Approximately 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year throug... more.

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Merchandiser

Coca-Cola


Commander

Richmond.com


Sheriff

County


Captain

Key West Corps


Commanding Officer

SATERN


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David Worthy
The Salvation Army


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"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. View More: Amf, Area Commander, Captain, Christmas Center, County Sheriff, David Worthy, Distribution Center Wednesday, Mechanicsville, Mike Trice, Religion_Belief, Salvation Army, Sheriff, Social Issues


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David Worthy
The Salvation Army


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"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.


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"It's unfortunate, but every year we have more kettle sites than we do bell ringers," said Captain David Worthy, Commander of The Salvation Army in Central Virginia.
"Volunteering as a bell ringer is easy and effective," said Worthy. "Simply show up at the appointed location on the confirmed date and time and someone with The Salvation Army will deliver your kettle and bell. Once your shift is over, we'll return to pick the kettle up. This year, our objective is to cover as many of the available kettle sites as possible. To do that, we're asking individuals, civic organizations, corporate groups, churches, schools and sports teams to spend a few hours helping us raise the crucial financial support that will allow us to sustain our services to those in need," said Worthy.


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