Wake County Blog

2014 Christmas Thank you!

With your help, 8,815 children received new toys, clothing, and stockings. We are so grateful! It takes an Army to keep Doing the Most Good.

From Serving Local to Serving National

Local Board Chairman, Jimmy Goodmon Jr., is selected to serve on The Salvation Army's National Advisory Board.

Project FIGHT recognized by the State of North Carolina

The North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission presents The Salvation Army's anti-human trafficking program, Project FIGHT, with the Survivor Care Award.

White Flag for Winter Weather

The Salvation Army participates in White Flag and opens its door to keep even more families out of the cold. What you need to know and how you can help.

The FIGHT against Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is often referred to as “modern day slavery.” It exploits people for the purpose of commercial sex and/or labor through the use of force, fraud, or coercion. The Salvation Army's Project FIGHT works to assist victims of human trafficking, as well as raise awareness of this issue.

There's Still Time!

You Can Still Make a Donation for 2014!

Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas from The Salvation Army of Wake County!

ANNUAL KETTLE KICK OFF: Call for support and volunteers

Volunteers needed to bring in cheer and raise funds by ringing the bell.

One week away from ANGELS, ANGELS, ANGELS!

The Salvation Army of Wake County registers more children than ever for Christmas Program

Legacy of Family & Civic Group Lives on in Center of Hope

The Salvation Army has been operating out of their new facility, The Judy D Zelnak Center of Hope at 1863 Capital Blvd, for just over a year. The facility has expanded programs and created partnerships with various agencies throughout the county, including Capital City Civitan Club. The Capital City Civitan Club will confirm their commitment to becoming actively involved with The Salvation Army by presenting them with a check for $15,000. The presentation will include key members of the club and take place at 5:30pm on Thursday, September 25 at 1863 Capital Blvd. The decision to fund came after receiving a tour, where the club decided that The Salvation Army met their criteria and would be a worthy recipient of funds. The club’s president-elect, Fran Hoch states, “The Civitan Creed which we recite at each meeting says that “Our hands do the work of the world and reach out in service to others.” The work of The Salvation Army in this community clearly demonstrates our Creed.”

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