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Angel Tree is Almost Here!

Each year, The Salvation Army serves thousands of children through our Angel Tree program. Here's what you need to know to about how to get signed up.

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!

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...

Burling Wins New Board Member of the Year

The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club of Greensboro is proud to announce that one of its Advisory Board Members was recently honored with a prestigious award from the North Carolina Boys and Girls Club Area Council. Retired Greensboro businessman, Bill Burling, was recognized for his leadership with the 2015 Beverly Burton New Board Member of the Year Award.

We’ve Just Opened a New Location to Serve Thousands More People!

The Salvation Army is hoping to provide some relief of the summer heat to our neighbors in need. A new location in High Point just opened to serve Guilford County residents that are past due on their summer energy bill.

Free Treats on Friday That You “Donut” Want to Miss

All Friday, the “Hot Now” sign will be shining bright in Krispy Kreme store windows across the country. Our friends at Krispy Kreme will be joining us in celebrating National Donut Day by giving away free sweet treats. Just stop by one of their shops on Friday and pick out the donut of your choice.

What is The Salvation Army doing to help in Nepal?

The India Eastern Territory, which oversees Salvation Army work in Nepal, is currently sourcing food, water and other essentials, which it hopes to transport by road – although the damage caused by the earthquake to major routes is making this very difficult.

You Won't Want To Miss This!

The countdown is on – 5 days from now The Salvation Army of Greensboro will be celebrating National Volunteer Week for the first time and we’re excited!

Would You Rather Choose Food Or Medicine?

That’s a tough question that many of our neighbors have to answer. Often unseen, hunger is a problem here in Greensboro and across North Carolina. The Salvation Army of Greensboro is there for our hungry neighbors.