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The Walmart Foundation has supported The Salvation Army of the Midlands' Meals Service to the Homeless and Hungry Program with a generous $25,000 donation which was utilized to provide nutritious breakfast, lunch, and supper meals to the homeless at the Transitions homeless recovery center in Columbia, South Carolina. The grant helped to provide more than 15,000 meals. Thank you, Walmart Foundation!
Since 1906, The Salvation Army of the Midlands has served local people in need. Currently, The Salvation Army provides life-changing programs and services to residents of Richland, Lexington, Fairfield, Newberry, and Kershaw Counties.
The Salvation Army will again this year send local children who are 6-12 years old and experience poverty to five days of respite at Camp Walter Johnson in Denton, North Carolina. Camp Walter Johnson is owned and operated by The Salvation Army and has a trained and compassionate staff. We plan to send 50 children to Camp Walter Johnson in 2016.
Marvin knows that he was not the sort of person that could be trusted. He had an incredibly dark past. For 30 years he was a drug dealer, an addict and worse. He would stay high for days at a time and was often in trouble with the law. Still, during a time of incarceration, he knew that something had to change. He could never have anticipated the way that it would happen.
The Salvation Army of the Midlands will be participating in Midlands Gives, a one day online giving challenge or "giving day" to be held on Tuesday, May 3rd.https://midlandsgives.org/
The winner of The Salvation Army of the Midlands’ 2015 High School Battle of the Bells competition is Dutch Fork High School Air Force JROTC. Student volunteers from the school rang bells at seven kettle locations over the course of two days – December 5th and December 12th – and raised a total of $3,372.65.
The Salvation Army’s 125th Red Kettle Campaign Sets New Fundraising Record with Nearly $150 Million Raised
The 2015 Red Kettle Campaign collected $149.6 million, setting a new national fundraising record for the campaign. Thanks to the support of donors and corporate partners, the money raised will help The Salvation Army provide food, shelter and social services to nearly 30 million Americans in need this year.
The Little Caesars Love Kitchen came to Columbia, Wednesday, February 24th. They partnered with The Salvation Army of the Midlands and Transitions and to provide free fresh Little Caesars pizza to residents at Transitions.
The winter weather is here and The Salvation Army of the Midlands is in desperate need of on-call volunteers to help with serving breakfast and supper to the homeless and hungry at the Inclement Weather Center, depending upon the temperature.