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Salvation Army After School Program

THE SALVATION ARMY
Fayetteville
2017 Impact Report

Dear Friends,

In 1865, General William Booth brought the fight for good to the dark streets of Victorian London, England. He believed that ordinary people could come together and fight for the physical and spiritual welfare of the city’s poor. Today, General Booth’s fight for good continues in more than 120 countries worldwide.

In the Carolinas, The Salvation Army fights against poverty and homelessness. Feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, empowering our youth, and offering assistance that keeps families in their homes are the frontlines of our fight. Your support over the past year has made the lives of those in need a little easier. It has given them hope.

In this annual report, you will read how The Salvation Army is a refuge for people in their times of need. Thanks to your support and prayers, we are always ready to provide relief for their physical, financial and spiritual needs, and to bring hope and salvation through Jesus Christ.

Thank you for partnering with us in a fight that has lasted for more than 130 years in the Carolinas. You help provide relief for your community. You provide your neighbors in need with a tangible expression of God’s love. You fight for good.

God bless you,

Captains Matthew and Cristina Trantham

Friendly man volunteering for The Salvation Army Emergency and Disaster Response efforts

April's Story

Like most parents, April’s one wish for the holidays was to be able to provide for her children – warm food on the table and a few presents under the tree. Many of us take this for granted. Finding herself without a home during the holidays, however, April realized that it would take a Christmas miracle for her wish to come true.

April was working hard to find a job and secure stable housing when she was told about a free afterschool program at The Salvation Army. The assurance that her children would be safe there allowed her increased time to devote to her employment search.

As the staff members at The Salvation Army got to know April and her family a little better, they became aware that the family might have some other needs. They asked April what more they could do to help.

April told the staff about her situation and about her desire to provide Christmas for her family. The staff connected her with other services at The Salvation Army that were able to provide some help with housing assistance.

They were able to help with another need as well.

“They asked me to come in and when I got there they had a bicycle. They also gave me a box of food so we could have a Christmas meal as well. My kids knew I didn’t have any money so they didn’t think they were going to get anything. When they woke up and they went into the living room and they were screaming, we got Christmas! They were so excited and were opening up the gifts and for the first time they were able to go out and ride their bikes.”

April’s relationship with The Salvation Army started when she heard about the afterschool care they provided. Thanks to the caring and attentive staff, The Salvation Army was able to help in more ways than April could ever have imagined.

Today, April has a steady job. She is proud to own her own townhome. Her kids still participate in after school programs. Through all of this, she has come to see The Salvation Army as much more than just the bells she heard at Christmas.

“When I first came in they treated me like they had known me for years and you know they welcomed me. Not just me but my kids too. I don’t really have a family so The Salvation Army was like my family that I haven’t had in a real long time.”

Advisory Board Members

We would like to extend our sincerest gratitude to every Advisory Board member. Thank you for bringing your passion, intellect, insight, experience, and resources to The Salvation Army. Your service and leadership are essential in changing the lives of people in our communities.

  • Mr. Wilson Teachey
    • Chair
  • Mr. Dixon Soffe
    • Vice-Chair
  • Mr. Al Aycock
  • Mr. Stewart Bell
  • Mr. William Carver III
  • Mr. Robert Exum
  • Mr. Michael Green
  • Mr. Martin Hendrix
  • Mr. John Holmes
  • Dr. Chris Holland
  • Ms. Katherine Marable
  • Ms. Marianna McCauley
  • Mr. Alphonzo McRae
  • Mr. Peter Stewart
  • Ms. Pamela Story
  • Mr. W. Lyndo Tippett
  • Mrs. Vivian Tookes
  • Mr. Lee Warren
  • Mr. Woody Wells

Services

Serving Cumberland, Hoke, Moore, Robeson and Scotland Counties since 1887.

29,274

Persons Served

18,064

Meals Provided

10,943

Clothing Orders

222

Grocery Orders

10,004

Energy Assistance Orders

2,997

Nights of Shelter

The Salvation Army, established in London in 1865, is one of the world’s largest and oldest providers of social services. Each year in the United States, your donations enable The Salvation Army to serve nearly 30 million people in need.

Revenue & Expenses

Expenses

$2,527,369

Revenue

$2,926,838


Supported in part by the United Way

Help Us Continue to Make an Impact

Thanks for your generous support over the past year. When you contribute to The Salvation Army, you make a lasting difference in the community. You are helping men, women, and children find hope through the Christ-centered services they receive.

You can help us continue to make an impact through the actions below.

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Female volunteering for The Salvation Army feeding program.