Salvation Army Charlotte Blog

Doing More, Debating Less

The Salvation Army is based on the importance of “doing.” One of my favorite quotes is from William Booth who said something like “if Moses had formed committees to study and discuss the best way to cross the Red Sea, they never would have done it.”

Learning the joy of doing the most good

What would you think of someone who spent 30 years doing almost nothing for anyone else?

The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club Youth of the Year Wins State Competition

Tatiana Aguilar, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte’s 2016-17 Youth of the Year, has won the Boys & Girls Clubs’ state Youth of the Year competition.

With Wisdom Comes Character

“Who is wise and understanding among you? He should show his works by good conduct with wisdom's gentleness.” (James 3:13)

Get Style, Give Hope

The 29th Annual Festival of Tables, presented by the Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary, is April 18, 2017.

Boys & Girls Clubs Names 2016-17 Youth of the Year

At the annual Great Futures Breakfast on March 7, the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Charlotte selected Tatiana Aguilar, from the Marsh Road Club, as its 2016-17 Youth of the Year.

Great Futures Start Here

Across the country, 15.1 million kids are left unsupervised after school. Here in Mecklenburg and Union counties, thousands of children and teens have nowhere to go during these critical out of school hours.

Catching Fish

Today, maybe God is trying to teach you a new way to care and love for his people. Take a look at the task at hand and ask yourself...

Wear Jeans for a Good Cause

Every day after school, hundreds of kids in our community walk through the blue doors at one of our eight area Clubs. If they didn’t come to us, there’s no telling where they would be.

Volunteers on a Mission

A little over 13 years ago, it seemed like everywhere Sheila Tuttle went she was hearing about feeding the poor: on the radio, while reading Scripture and just going about her day. It was clear to her that God had a ministry in mind for her, but she just didn’t know how to get started or where to turn.

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