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New Semester, New After-School Care Program!

January starts a new semester of school, and for many that may bring some changes along with it. We are excited to say that we have a solution for your after-school care needs! Our After-School Care…

Adopt an Angel This Christmas!

Imagine waking up on Christmas morning, pouring your coffee, and smiling to yourself because of Ethan. Who is Ethan? He's the little boy whom you adopted off The Salvation Army Angel Tree at Cross Creek…

Donations Needed For Fayetteville Shelter After Hurricane Matthew

UPDATE: Donations are NO LONGER NEEDED in Fayetteville. Thank you to the whole community who came together to help those in need! We are blown away by the compassion and strength our citizens have shown…

NEWS: White Flag Declared for Tonight, October 7 Due to Hurricane Matthew

As Hurricane Matthew approaches and guarantees at least some strong wind and rain, The Salvation Army declared that tonight, October 7 is a White Flag night, meaning that conditions may become dangerous…

NEWS: The Salvation Army Prepares for Hurricane Matthew

Salvation Army officials are hoping for the best but preparing for the worst as Hurricane Matthew grows stronger and heads straight for the North Carolina coast. Although many organizations are preparing…

The Salvation Army Seeks Suitcase Donations in Partnership with Fayetteville Pie Co.

What did you do when you got up this morning? Did you have some breakfast? Take a shower while thinking of all the things you had to to do at work? Reach under your bed and pull out wrinkled, dusty…

Christmas Assistance Registration Opens in October

CORRECTION: Due to Hurricane Matthew and the disaster relief and circumstances surround our shelter flooding, we will not be conducting Christmas Assistance Registration Oct. 17 through 21. We will be…

Leaving a Legacy

Johnny, a longtime supporter and volunteer of The Salvation Army, lived his life by one motto: “He profits most who serves best.” This wise word motivated Johnny in everything he did. He had been blessed…

Back-to-School Time Means Back to The Salvation Army

A hint of cool air hit my face as I opened the door to let my dogs out this morning. It was almost imperceptible, but it was there. As I poured my cereal, I thumbed through the J.C. Penney and Belk flyers…

Moore County: Rhonda's Story - A Job Restores Hope to a Hurting Family

Rhonda is the kind of woman one would meet and know she was a good-hearted person; genuinely kind. She visited the Moore County Salvation Army Service Center in mid-July to receive assistance with her…