Wake County Blog

Alicia Allen, Child Case Manager

March is National Social Work Month! Over the next several weeks, you'll "meet" our staff that works tirelessly to help those in need and what inspires them to continue Doing the Most Good.

Steward's Fund Challenge

Double Your Impact March-April by Helping Us Raise $65,000 for the Steward's Fund Challenge.

Wake County Commissioner responds to the needs of families experiencing homelessness.

Commissioner Jessica Holmes was inspired by her past to provide a meal for women and children in The Salvation Army’s Shelter.

Family Fun Night: Valentine's Day

With the regular everyday stress of being a parent plus the added stress of experiencing homelessness, it is crucial that the families have the opportunity in a stress free environment to interact with each other as mother and child(ren). Family Fun Night ensures that the families have quality time with constructive fun activities. Volunteer Groups, like the JAB, make these extra special and create an impact that goes beyond a simple activity.

Happy

The Salvation Army of Wake County Corps (church) members dance and praise to Pharrell Williams' hit, "Happy."

First to Arrive, Last to Leave: Disaster Training

The Salvation Army has a long history of providing relief in the midst of disaster. Join the EDS Volunteer Team by attending our upcoming Disaster Training series in February!

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.

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