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Toast Of The Town To Roast Prominent Spartanburg Physicians

The Salvation Army of Spartanburg announced their 21st annual Toast of the Town benefit event, saluting two of Spartanburg’s most respected doctors, Julian C. Josey, M.D. and James D. Bearden, M.D.

The Salvation Army Marches For A Cause

The Salvation Army Marches For A Cause

In September, The Salvation Army committed to bringing health, entertainment, and information to the community with a day of Community Awareness. As many students prepare for spring break, The Salvation Army is offering an alternative to spring break. We are inviting the community…

A Surprise For Noah

A young boy stepped into The Salvation Army with a letter, a smile, and one birthday wish. On December 22nd, Noah Mcabee will celebrate his 9th birthday. When his mother asked him what he wanted for his birthday, he selflessly wished that he could help other people.

9 Year Old Boy Donates His Birthday To The Salvation Army

Nine year old Noah McAbee donates his birthday to The Salvation Army. When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he replied, "I want to help other people." Noah has dedicated his birthday to collecting socks for The Salvation Army. A sock drive will begin Dec. 13th in honor of Noah's birthday wishes.

Benefit Basketball Game

JumpStart Ministry helps The Salvation Army collect clothing donations for the winter season.

More Than Just A Game

Have you heard the phrase, “It’s just a game”? As the starting point guard for my youth basketball team, I heard this phrase at times. Every time we suffered a loss someone would offer those four words of what they thought were encouragement. However, for me, it was more than just a game. Basketball was a sense of responsibility, effort, and a promise.

Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute Gives Generously

Spartanburg Rehabilitation Institute joined The Salvation Army in Doing The Most Good.

Investing That Yields Results

The Salvation Army is making every effort to invest in the lives of our community. From food and utility assistance, to life skills classes, we are taking every opportunity to help those in need. With our life skills classes we are teaching essential skills needed to successfully establish and maintain realistic financial and life goals. With a focus on family, we are bringing our classes back to the basics. Every lesson begins with hands held and heads bowed in a short prayer. Bank of America realizes the importance of the services The Salvation Army has, and have generously donated to support our efforts in providing for those in need.

Help An Angel

Thanksgiving and Christmas brings the joy of thanksgiving…the warmth of receiving, and for many the gift of fellowship. Yet, everyday children are left with little and families struggle for every day necessities that some may take for granted. The Salvation Army Social Services feeds, clothes, and financially assists families in need year round, with no exception to the Holiday Seasons. This year, we would like to extend an invitation for you to join us in service. Through a program called “Angel Tree,” gifts are provided to children in need who would otherwise be left out on Christmas.

The Heart of Service

What does the Una Fire Department, Human Society, and young college students have in common? On the surface, one would think not much, each entity working towards very different goals, differing in age and interests. Yet, The Salvation Army of Spartanburg knows that there is so much more beneath the surface.