Salvation Army Charlotte Blog

Seeing Through Resurrection Eyes

When you are tried and tested, like Mary Magdalene, decide to go to the tomb. See and remember He is not there; He is risen and claim victory over the attacks of Satan!

Boys & Girls Club of Charlotte Fight for Youth in DC

Public-private partnerships, of which federal programs are critical aspects, are necessary to scale solutions like Boys & Girls Clubs across the country. That’s why last week I joined other Boys & Girls Clubs in Washington D.C. to talk with our members of Congress about the issues that matter most to our kids.

Urgent Needs for the Women and Children at The Center of Hope

The Salvation Army Center of Hope has an urgent need for portable cribs (such as Pack-n-Plays) for babies, so beds can be made available for older children and mothers.

Power Crunch Opens the Door to Great Futures

​Power Crunch is committed to helping our Boys & Girls Club members live a healthier, happier life

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte Announces “Youth of the Year”

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte announced the winner of its 2017-18 Youth of the Year competition – and it’s a familiar face! Tatiana Aguilar, a member of the Marsh Road Boys & Girls Club, won the competition this year.

This Valentine’s Day, Do Some Good

​Valentine’s Day is a few days away and while there are endless ways to show your affection to that someone special with gifts and chocolates- maybe this year give a gift that not only shows how much you care, but that also gives back to those in need.

Family Dollar Shoppers Can Support Young People's Futures By Making Every Sip Count In 2018

For teens like Tatiana Aguilar, a high school senior and North Carolina Youth of the Year, the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Greater Charlotte has become a second home for the past five years.

Boys & Girls Club “Youth of the Month” Honored at Event This Week

We’d like to congratulate these outstanding Club members on their hard work. We’d also like to thank our Youth of the Year corporate sponsor, SPX Corporation, whose commitment to local students makes our Youth of the Month program possible.

Join the “FIGHT” Against Modern Day Slavery

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte is actively involved in the fight against trafficking in our community. Our Project FIGHT (Freeing Individuals Gripped by Human Trafficking) program exists not only to raise awareness...

More than 2,000 strong

​We live in a community that cares deeply about its neighbors and is a positive force in the Charlotte area, and it showed this holiday season.

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