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Lowe's Heroes Making a Big Difference in Greensboro

Sixty Lowe’s Heroes from five area stores volunteered their time and skills last week for a variety of projects at the new Salvation Army Royce and Jane Reynolds Center for Worship and Service and Boys & Girls Club.

Building the Future...A Jeans & Jewels Event

This year's event features a unique behind-the-scenes look at the new Salvation Army Royce and Jane Reynolds Center for Worship and Boys & Girls Club. Located at 400 W. Whittington Street, you've seen the construction site over the last 8 months as you've driven down Freeman Mill Road. Now you have an opportunity to see what it looks like from the inside!

After the Holidays - The Salvation Army Keeps on Working

After the holiday season some people think The Salvation Army takes a break. But nothing could be further from the truth. Every day The Salvation Army of Greensboro is there to assist those in need with food, clothing and emergency assistance.

4 Ways $81,000 Will Impact the Fight Against Homelessness

Reverend Mike Aiken presented a check today from the Rev. Mike Fund for the Homeless to Major Don Vick and The Salvation Army of Greensboro for $81,000.

The Christmas Spirit is Alive in Greensboro!

You can see the spirit of Christmas is alive across Greensboro this holiday season. It’s witnessed in the giving through The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program.

Do You Know About This Christmas Tradition?

Santa Claus and his elves, evergreens draped with tinsel and ornaments, nativity scenes, familiar old Christmas carols, and even Salvation Army Christmas Kettles…all traditions that many of us love to revisit each year. But did you know about...

Thanksgiving at The Center of Hope

The Thanksgiving holiday evokes memories and traditions for many of us. From spending time with family, to watching football, to eating way too much, we all celebrate in our own ways.

Chips for Children

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Greensboro’s tagline is GREAT FUTURES START HERE and Disaster One’s focus is on restoring futures. “We’re both focused on making the future as bright as possible for the people we serve.” That’s the sentiment of Disaster One’s President Ras Feniger and the drive behind his company’s Chips for Children fundraiser.

Opening a Field of Dreams

Baseball Hall of Fame Star Cal Ripken, Jr. and NASCAR driver Kevin Harvick believe in the future of our Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club Members. They believe in their possibilities and have invested their foundations money in a $1.2 million sports park at the site of our future Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club and Community Center. The two joined more than 130 others for the ribbon cutting of the Kevin Harvick Foundation Park on November 4th.

Greensboro is Doing The Most Good

Thursday October 22nd was our annual Doing The Most Good Breakfast where influential community members joined for a delicious meal at the O. Henry Hotel in Greensboro, NC. This event was a wonderful occasion for volunteers to get excited about the upcoming Christmas season and learn of all the opportunities where they can make a difference.