The Christian group has been hit with complaints for its treatment of LGBT people, but its spokesman says they help everyone.
Those cheerful bell ringers who stand on sidewalks collecting cash and change in their kettles — are they and their 'army' secretly working against LGBT people?
Jodielynn Wiley of Dallas says the Salvation Army denied her housing with other women because she had not undergone gender-reassignment surgery.
Despite some recent efforts to make nice with LGBT people, the group isn't the best choice for your charitable dollars, NoRedKettles.com points out.
The bell-ringing charity removed two links to 'ex-gay' therapy groups from its website's resource collection for dealing with 'sexual addiction.'