You Make a Difference Everyday

When you support The Salvation Army, you make a difference in the lives of people every single day. We want to share these stories with you. We want to share our ideas about how to make the world a better place. We want to share how God is making a difference. Stay up-to-date with us by reading the posts below.

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People Coming Together To Support Down East Communities in NC

As you drive for miles and miles on Highway 70 East toward the coast, there are a few common sights: massive trees plucked out of the ground; power poles leaning over as if the slightest touch will send…

Longing for Power, Finding Strength in Morehead City, North Carolina

Before, during and after a disaster, The Salvation Army is there. In the immediate aftermath, The Salvation Army often serves at evacuation shelters. But, it also canvasses communities to find people in…

Salvation Army Serving Communities in the Carolinas After Hurricane Florence

An Army of more than 1,000 Salvation Army officers, employees, and volunteers working to feed, hydrate, and give hope to people impacted by Hurricane Florence The impacts from Florence continue to unfold…

The Salvation Army Aids First Responders in Conway SC

Conway, S.C. sits just inland from Myrtle Beach, which is located at the heart of South Carolina's Grand Strand coast. The area is a haven for millions of residents and vacationers that enjoy the wide…

Salvation Army Brings Hot Meals and Hope to Hyde County

​After having lost power for more than 72 hours in Rose Bay, North Carolina, Jessica Bianco had frayed nerves and a refrigerator and freezer full of spoiled food, and then The Salvation Army showed up.…

Inside look as Florence makes landfall

Hurricane Florence made landfall on Friday, Sept. 14 at 7:15 a.m at Wrightsville Beach near Wilmington, NC. Through the storm, The Salvation Army was at work.

The Salvation Army Mobilizing Personnel and Mobile Feeding Units In Advance Of Hurricane Florence

As Hurricane Florence tracks closer to the Carolinas, The Salvation Army is prepared to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual care to survivors and first responders.

Salvation Army Mobilizing Personnel and Mobile Feeding Units Ahead of Florence

As Hurricane Florence tracks closer to the Carolinas, The Salvation Army in North and South Carolina is preparing to provide physical, emotional, and spiritual care to individuals and families impacted…

Monitoring Florence

The Salvation Army of North and South Carolina is closely monitoring weather conditions as TS Florence continues to churn in the Atlantic Ocean. Initial preparations are being made for possible response…

Damien's Story

“Being young and immature, and not so much connected, I would think ‘Oh my purpose in life is to play music, or to be famous, or to make money.’ But God broke all those things down and showed me what my…

Free Donuts On National Donut Day!

Looking for an excuse to cheat on your diet tomorrow? How about free donuts because of National Donut Day! Join us in celebrating National Donut Day by eating free donuts found...

The Jones Family vs. The Paycheck

People often ask how the money from the Red Kettle helps the community. It's a good question and the answer isn't always obvious. Meet the Jones Family.

One Million Meals

Today, The Salvation Army served its one millionth meal as it continues to respond to the Hurricanes that have impacted the southeastern United States. When you support The Salvation Army's disaster response,…

10 Canteens to Florida

Ten mobile feeding units (canteens) from The Salvation Army of North and South Carolina are on the way to Jacksonville, Florida to serve people impacted by Hurricane Irma. Each canteen is manned by a crew…

Heat Care Supports Families in Need

On July 21, 2017, The Salvation Army recognized thirty-four years of contributions by PSNC Energy to support utility assistance programs throughout its service area in North Carolina. Major Todd Hawks,…