Salvation Army Charlotte Blog

Ross Dress for Less Teams up with Clubs

Beginning Feb. 4, you can make a monetary contribution at Charlotte area Ross Dress for Less location during checkout to be donated to the Mecklenburg and Union County Clubs.

Salvation Army's History of Diversity

Since the beginning, The Salvation Army has held a reputation for welcoming people of African descent- and those individuals have been vital in making the Army what it is today.

A Party that Gives Back

Join us on Thursday, February 9 at Kendra Scott in SouthPark Mall (4400 Sharon Road) for a night of sips and snacks while you shop and support The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte.

Putting God First

"But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be provided for you." (Matthew 6:33)

Celebrating our Christmas Partners and Friends

This past Christmas, thanks to the support of the community – and some amazing partners – we were able to provide gifts to more than 10,400 children in need. And, last week, we were able to take some time to formally thank some...

Youth of the Month award winners recognized

This week, dozens of Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club members got together to be recognized as Youth of the Month in 2016.

Flash mob breaks out to celebrate Family Dollar and Boys & Girls Club partnership.

Often when you walk into a Boys & Girls Club you will see kids learning, laughing and dancing with volunteers from organizations all over the Charlotte area. Last Friday,...

What Will Happen if We Don’t Act?

On this MLK Day, we are inspired by the sentiments expressed in one of Dr. King’s most often shared quotes on social media: “Life's most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’”

A Woman Rescued from Sex Trafficking

Usually if the phone rings at midnight, something is wrong. Salvation Army officers Lts. Chwight and Janae Olige experienced just that thing during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend this past year.

Join the FIGHT against Human Trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and at the Charlotte City Council meeting Monday evening, Mayor Jennifer Roberts read a proclamation recognizing the occasion.

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