Plymouth has always been a destination for tourists, historians, and those who love the spend time by Massachusetts’ beautiful coastline. When The Salvation Army was located on the waterfront, we had the opportunity to meet people from around the world who were touched personally by our social services and programs.

Like many nonprofit organizations, times have changed, but our mission has not. As a longtime local resident and leader of The Salvation Army in Plymouth, I am grateful to our dedicated staff, volunteers, and supporters who make it possible for us to serve thousands of local children, families, and seniors in need of assistance or seeking company from our community center on Long Pond Road.

On Wednesday, May 22, the incredible volunteers from The Salvation Army of Plymouth Women’s Auxiliary hosted its 2024 Spring Luncheon. Local celebrities including six-time “Chopped” champion Chef Stephen Coe and veteran Boston 25 Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lemanowicz cooked up support for the cause.

Our Women’s Auxiliary works tirelessly throughout the year to give back to the Plymouth community. On this occasion, it was able to raise thousands of dollars in donations towards youth programs and camp scholarships for local children who otherwise wouldn’t be able to afford those experiences thanks to you – our community supporters. On behalf of the children and families we serve, a heartfelt thank you to the business leaders and attendees who made this one of our best luncheons ever. The group is always looking for new members and we encourage anyone with a bit of time on their hands, to consider learning more about our work!  

Envoy Anne Rich, The Salvation Army of Plymouth

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