Thanks to the dedication and generosity of Salvationists, donors and supporters, The Salvation Army’s territorial Partners in Mission Self-Denial campaign raised $2,055,167 in 2023 toward a fundraising goal of $2.3 million. With the additional contribution of $1 million from territorial headquarters, a total of $3,055,167 will have a profound impact on the Army’s international ministry.

“This achievement not only reflects your unwavering commitment to our shared mission but also underscores the power of collective action,” says Lt-Colonel Brenda Murray, director of international development.

Contributions to Partners in Mission have an international reach, helping transform lives, uplifting communities and making a positive difference in countless corners of the world as the global Army continues to share the gospel of Jesus Christ. 

“We are humbled and inspired by your support, and we look forward to the incredible work we will accomplish together in the days ahead,” says Lt-Colonel Murray. “Thank you for being champions of ‘love in action,’ for believing in our mission and for making this achievement possible. Your kindness and generosity shine brightly, and we are profoundly grateful.”

For more information about Partners in Mission, visit the international development website or contact  

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