Salvation Army Charlotte Blog

Aramark Employees Pick Salvation Army for ABC Day.

On Sept. 20, more than 40 volunteers came to The Salvation Army Center of Hope to work with Stop Hunger Now and our residents to help pack 10,000 meals for adults and children who go hungry in other countries.

Offering Hope and a Helping Hand

As Hermine made its way up the East Coast, bringing heavy winds and dropping torrential rain, The Salvation Army was ready to respond and help those who need it most.

Community Speaks Event Focuses on Homelessness

Collaboration was the theme this week, as area nonprofit and community leaders gathered at the Goodwill Industries of the Southern Piedmont’s Leon Levin Opportunity Center to discuss the issue of homelessness in our community.

Run & Ride Race at Carowinds to Benefit Local Clubs

It’s time to lace up those running shoes! The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte has been chosen as the local charity beneficiary for the Sept. 10-11 Run & Ride Race Series at Carowinds.

Turning a Mess into a Message

"I made up my mind to do what I can do, and God will do the rest. I had to humble myself and say ‘I'm a mess, and this is what I have to do to make my mess a message.’”

#NationalThriftShopDay is Aug. 17

Wednesday is National Thrift Shop Day, which is a great occasion to stop by one of the five area Salvation Army Family Stores.

Hope Waiting on the Other Side

She began to question everything, including her faith. “Did God take a vacation? Can’t He see what’s happening to me?”

Boys & Girls Clubs Host McDonald's Summer Games

Nothing brings the world together quite like the Olympics.

Shaq Thompson’s Sacks for Kids

Carolina Panthers linebacker, Shaq Thompson, is leading an effort to raise funds and awareness for the local Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs. “Shaq Thompson’s Sacks for Kids” is a pledge campaign based on the season-long on-field performance of the team.

Mint Museum Brings Photography into Clubs

Kathyrine noticed that members would doodle or draw when they were done with their homework. Kathyrine, being artistic herself, went to the Unit Director, Charles Smith, and they came up with starting a photography club to give the members a creative outlet.

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