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Charlotte and The Salvation Army

New Census estimates were released last week, and Charlotte remains the largest city in the Carolinas and one of the fastest growing cities in the nation. It ranks 17th on the list of the nation’s largest, with a population estimate in 2015 of 827,097.

How did we get here? Let’s rewind a hundred years…

BB&T Lighthouse Project Comes to Milton Road

We enjoyed welcoming our friends from BB&T, who gave their time to help spruce up the Club.

Celebrating Heroes without Capes

This week is Nation Salvation Army Week, a great time to give all the hardworking volunteers the credit they deserve for being the “Army behind the Army.”

Speaking Hope all Year

When you think of The Salvation Army, you probably picture a bell ringer standing by our Red Kettles at Christmas.

Making a House a Home

On any given night, thousands of people have no place to call home. The Salvation Army teamed up with the Charlotte Housing Authority (CHA) and other key community partners in 2011 to offer people a way out of homelessness.

The Salvation Army Recognizes its "Volunteers of the Year"

At The Salvation Army, we couldn’t have the impact we have without the faithful support of our dedicated volunteers. This week, we were privileged to recognized the army behind the Army, at our annual volunteer appreciation luncheon.

Seeing Through Resurrection Eyes

Seeing Through Resurrection Eyes By Major Larry Broome Scripture Readings: Colossians 3:1-14; John 20:10 – 18; 20:24-29; 21:15-19

The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte Receives “Patriot Award”

In a special ceremony on March 3, Kevin Spalding from the North Carolina Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR), a Department of Defense program, presented the “Patriot Award” to Major Larry Broome, Area Commander for The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte.

2015-16 Youth of the Year Announced

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte announced the 2015-16 Youth of the Year today at its annual “Great Futures” breakfast event. Courtni Wallace...

When Life Unravels

From the outside, everything seemed normal. Growing up in the Washington, D.C., area Charles seemed to have it all together. He played sports and got good grades in the classroom. Unlike some of his peers, he still had both of his parents in the home.

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