I worked for the militant wing of it.
I asked for SA to help me get some clothes for my homeless nephews that we took in. All we needed was one set of clothes for them they had nothing except the clothes on their backs. These were used clothing I was talking about not new. I was told NO they would not help us.
I worked in a Salvation Army thrift store for 6 yrs, best job I ever had.
The yrs I worked there were 1996 - 2002, so things may have changed since then. We did not have a quota system, & we had really decent health insurance. This was in MN.
I worked as assistant cook at a Salvation Army. The Head cook burned the soup and blamed it on me. I lost my job. does that count as a bad experience?
they are the worst employer i hav ever worked for. they care nothing about the people that work for them or that shopintheir stores they want u as an employee to pretend how wonderful they are but trust me they are awful awful people to work for