It’s not that the Salvation Army doesn’t do any good, we know it does. It just chooses not to include LGBT members of their community in their efforts.
If The Salvation Army was a for profit corporation, it would be ranked the 578th largest corporation in the US. They are the second largest US charity after the United Way. They are a $4 billion dollar a year business which actively practices anti-LGBT policies.
So this year, The Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence across the country are taking to the streets to raise awareness of this particular organization’s anti-LGBT policies. Only through such an effort do we make a change in the world. Thank you for your support and this year, contribute to organizations which support all people, regardless of their race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual or gender identity.
Some examples of the Salvation Army’s policies in practice
- Salvation Army shelter denies access for Trans individuals
- Salvation Army bans Gay individuals from serving unless celibate
- Australian Chief says Gay People Should be Put to Death
And while the Salvation Army has run a campaign professing their inclusiveness, there is more than enough documentation that this is a publicity campaign only, and not reflective of their true policies