Wednesday, January 18, 2017

Camps and After-School Care from the Salvation Army

An experienced real estate attorney located in Palm Beach, Florida, Henrietta Feldman has represented clients with the Law Office of Henrietta Feldman LLC since 2015. Previously, she spent more than 15 years practicing law, working primarily in Boston. Active within her local community, Henrietta Feldman donates to local animal shelter charities and the Salvation Army

From 7,546 centers across the United States, the Salvation Army provides comprehensive services ranging from hunger relief to Christmas assistance for families in need. The organization supports children from low-income families through after-school programs that provide qualified supervision outside of school hours. Throughout the country, Salvation Army after-school programs offer extracurricular opportunities in sports, music, and art that enrich children’s lives and fill gaps that often exist in local school systems.

In addition to after-school programs, the Salvation Army operates annual summer camps that help young people develop new skills and cultivate friendships. From learning to swim to developing scouting skills, summer camps teach self-reliance and confidence in a safe outdoor setting.