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A Salute to Veterans

This week has been set aside by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs as National Salute to Veterans Patients Week, a special time to pay tribute and express our appreciation to the brave men and women who have served our country, particularly those who are hospitalized or facing difficulties upon returning home.

Bracing for the Cold Weather

As the Charlotte area braces for cold weather and another potential winter storm, The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte continues to be prepared to meet the needs of women and children who need shelter.

Calling All Creatives!

If you are a professional designer, or even if you have an eye for good interior design, we have an opportunity for you! We are in search of Charlotte’s best for the annual Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary Festival of Tables. To see some of the past table designs...

Boys & Girls Clubs Bowl

We know that Charlotte has the best fans in football, and we want to show Denver that we support the youth in the Charlotte community, too.

End of The Year Giving

As another year comes to an end, we’ve witnessed a tremendous amount of life transformation at The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte. Every day, people are discovering hope, dignity, and a renewed desire to thrive and flourish. Each one is learning anew (or for the first time) that he or she is a person of worth, created in the image and likeness of God.

A Thank You to The Community

The Christmas season starts early for The Salvation Army. It begins in October when more than 6,000 families register for assistance through our Angel Tree program. Since that time, the spirit of Christmas was seen all throughout Mecklenburg County.

Merry Christmas

The past several weeks have been a very special time for our family. Early in the morning on Nov. 28, our first grandson – little Nate – was born into this world. This wonderful event in the life of our family caused me to reflect on that special birth more than 2,000 years ago in Bethlehem, celebrated by Christians everywhere.


Have you ever had to ask someone for help? Most of us have. It comes with mixed emotions. On one hand, we know we need to ask. On the other, we may be embarrassed to admit we can’t do it on our own and feel bad for having to even ask.

Seeing Christmas with New Eyes

Like many, I’ve always had an affinity for the work of The Salvation Army, especially at Christmas. Some of it I attribute to nostalgia, having seen the iconic kettles and bell-ringers in all of my favorite old Christmas movies. The rest I contribute to having heard about the work The Salvation Army does in the community.

Tis the season of giving back

This year, they are setting record numbers. Steven was able to raise more than $16,000 and adopt 110 angels, more than doubling the amounts from last year. Last year, they had about 35 financial contributors, this year they had 80, with three checks of $1,500 coming in.

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