End Human Trafficking in the Carolinas

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. We believe no one should be forced, deceived, or pressured into work or sex acts, that is why we created the initiative Project FIGHT (Freeing Individuals Gripped by Human Trafficking). Learn more about our efforts and how to join the fight to end human trafficking in the Carolinas.

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Provide a Meal, Change a Life

Small acts can make a big difference. Did you know you can sign up to "adopt-a-meal" at our Center of Hope shelter?

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$300K grant will help keep families together at The Center of Hope

Recognizing the critical needs in the community’s current system of homeless services, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina is working with The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte to better serve families experiencing homelessness, particularly intact families and single fathers with children.

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Local teen named "Youth of the Year" for The Salvation Army Boys & Girls clubs of Greater Charlotte

Carly Rauch, a senior at Weddington High School, received award for the organization that serves nearly 1,500 students in Mecklenburg and Union Counties.

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"Hope for the Holidays" for Boys & Girls Club members

The atmosphere was festive, to say the least. The activity bus from the Monroe Boys & Girls Club was greeted at the curb by Santa’s elves, as the cafeteria at Weddington High School was transformed into the North Pole. This is the sixth year of “Hope for the Holidays,” so you can say it’s becoming tradition.

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