Keisha Ijames of Winston-Salem selected as Divisional Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year

Keisha Ijames is a senior at West Forsyth High School who has been selected to represent the Winston-Salem Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs as our Youth of the Year.

The Youth of the Year competition requires each nominee to write essays on three different topics, provide copies of their high school transcripts and submit several letters of recommendation from their teachers or guidance…

Would You Like To Go To India?

Reprinted from THE GLOBAL VIEW, News of Southern Officers and Lay Personnel serving around the World, April 2015

The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem Begins Toy & Food Distribution

On Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 9:00 a.m., The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem will begin distribution of toys and food to families who have made application, been screened and approved. We will conclude distribution on Friday, December 19th.

This process began when families made application October 6 through 11, 2014. With the help of many volunteers The Salvation Army registered…

Triad’s Largest Holiday Event for Young Professionals Collects Toys for Local Children in Need

Despite the hurry of the holiday season, over a thousand local young professionals are coming together to support a common cause—collecting toys and raising money for local children in need during the holidays.

A Miracle on Griffith Street

Village Tavern (at Hanes Mall) is hosting its 8th annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 13th, 7:30AM – 10:00AM. This year, for the first time, proceeds from the Breakfast will be donated directly to The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem.

Secret Santa to Arrive in Winston-Salem

On Monday, December 8 at 9:30 a.m., Santa will arrive early in Winston-Salem. This secret Santa is a local businessman who will make his first of several deliveries of hundreds of toys and over 200 bikes. Secret Santa will show up at The Salvation Army’s Christmas store located at 680 Peters Creek Parkway, Winston-Salem, NC 27107.

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs’ Career Skills Program Gives Awards

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Winston-Salem are celebrating their 21st Annual Career Skills Program with a celebration banquet on and awards ceremony. The twelve week course, which began in January, teaches students the life skills needed to succeed beyond high school. The program is offered to 20 middle and high school students at The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs in Winston-Salem. Some of the weekly topics included how to plan for college, write a resume, and find a job.

Mario Lopez to Surprise Boys & Girls Club Members at Family Extravaganza Event


Winston-Salem, NC (March 26, 2014) –Television star and Host of the syndicated show “Extra”, Mario Lopez, will make a surprise appearance at The Salvation Army Ken Carlson Boys & Girls Club on Saturday, March 29, 2014.


Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club Members and their families from across the Triad will be gathering…

Donated Goods Needed for The Salvation Army Family Store

All time low in donations to Family Store, the community can help by organizing donation drives.

21st Century Learning Center to open at The Salvation Army International Corps Boys & Girls Club

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (January 16, 2014) – The Jim and Cheryl Caldwell Foundation, Chris Paul’s CP3 Foundation and The Salvation Army proudly announce the dedication and grand opening of a new computer lab and learning center called the “Project Phoenix Learning Center” at The Salvation Army International Boys & Girls Club.

A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at The Salvation Army International…

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