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The Salvation Army Advisory Board of Washoe County, Nevada

The Salvation Army Advisory Board of Washoe County, Nevada

Supporting the local mission of The Salvation Army, through time, expertise and giving.

Our Members

The Reno Corps advisory board consists of a wide spectrum of hard-working men and women who share in the vision to transform and restore lives in the city of Reno.

Steve Funk
Member Since 2017
"The purpose of service is reward in itself."
Kelly Testolin
Nominating Chair
"I serve on the Advisory Board because the Army truly helps the needy in Northern Nevada, and I am proud to be associated with the Army."
Sally Oliver
Community Relations Chair
"The Salvation Army. I know of no other non-profit organization as diverse that can put a dollar to work more efficiently and do so much good!"
Bob Poindexter
Treasurer
"I first became a part of the Salvation Army to help with food distribution. I remain on the board because I see all the good they do in other fields."
Fred Elenbaas
Chair
"Neighbors helping neighbors."
Wendy Carry
Member Since 2017
"As a child I was show kindness by The Salvation Army that has ignited a desire within me to make a similar impact through their work."
Nick Klaich
Member Since 2017
"Happy to serve."
Lauri Braun
Women's Auxiliary
"Its my joy to serve the needy through the Women's Auxiliary."
Blayne Gale
Property Chair
"I am a member because The Salvation Army has integrity and works very hard to serve those who need help."
Jeff Clark
Member Since 2017
"I serve as the representative for Sheriff Chuck Allen. The Salvation Army is a long time good partner of the Washoe County Sherif's office."
Serving as the Chair of this Advisory Board has been my privilege. My affection for The Salvation Army has been heightened by my closer involvement in this capacity.
- Fred Elenbaas, Board Chair

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