NC's biggest charity Christmas program is homeless, due to land sale

Charlotte Observer

One of the largest charity Christmas programs in the Southeast is in jeopardy after losing its home due to Charlotte’s booming real estate market.

The Salvation Army has operated its Christmas Center for more than a decade out of a vacant department store owned by Victory Christian Center, which offered the space for free.

But not any more.

Salvation Army officials are now scrambling for a temporary replacement site this Christmas, while a more permanent location is found for 2018. Full Article