Kathy Dunleavy To Be Honored at the 2015 Toast of the Town!!!

You are invited to join us in an evening of laughter and jabs as we salute Kathy Dunleavy, President and CEO of The Mary Black Foundation. The event will be held on Thursday, April 23rd at the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium. Toast of the Town is a benefit that honors outstanding members of Spartanburg community.

The Red Caboose Project

Behr Paint Corporation and Home Depot Team-up to Donate paint and funds towards The Salvation Army Caboose Project.

Words Are Powerful...Lessons from a Poet

Remembering the life of Maya Angelou

Community Leader Volunteering Since 1990

Jean Gardner Fowler is a woman who has vision and a heart of service. Some years ago, Jean saw nothing but open field near her Una home every time she passed by The Salvation Army. However, when plans of construction for The Salvation Army park were being made, she described a place which replicates what is now known as The Salvation Army Community Park.

Prestigious Award Given During Toast of the Town

On Tuesday, April 29, 2014, two prominent doctors of Spartanburg, SC, Julian C. Josey, M.D. and James D. Bearden, M.D., were honored during The Salvation Army of Spartanburg’s annual Toast of the Town benefit event.

Toast Of The Town To Roast Prominent Spartanburg Physicians

The Salvation Army of Spartanburg announced their 21st annual Toast of the Town benefit event, saluting two of Spartanburg’s most respected doctors, Julian C. Josey, M.D. and James D. Bearden, M.D.

The Salvation Army Marches For A Cause

The Salvation Army Marches For A Cause

In September, The Salvation Army committed to bringing health, entertainment, and information to the community with a day of Community Awareness. As many students prepare for spring break, The Salvation Army is offering an alternative to spring break. We are inviting the community…

A Surprise For Noah

A young boy stepped into The Salvation Army with a letter, a smile, and one birthday wish. On December 22nd, Noah Mcabee will celebrate his 9th birthday. When his mother asked him what he wanted for his birthday, he selflessly wished that he could help other people.

9 Year Old Boy Donates His Birthday To The Salvation Army

Nine year old Noah McAbee donates his birthday to The Salvation Army. When asked what he wanted for his birthday, he replied, "I want to help other people." Noah has dedicated his birthday to collecting socks for The Salvation Army. A sock drive will begin Dec. 13th in honor of Noah's birthday wishes.

Benefit Basketball Game

JumpStart Ministry helps The Salvation Army collect clothing donations for the winter season.

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