Hurricane Matthew

Read the latest developments regarding Hurricane Matthew or to support those who have been impacted.

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Holiday Volunteer Orientation

Join us for our 2016 Holiday Volunteer Orientation on Tuesday, November 1. With opportunities to bell ring, set up the toy shop, help get angels adopted, and to fill stockings you can be a miracle to a family in Wake County. Join us to learn more on how you can be a part of this Christmas Season.

Eat Brixx Wood Fired Pizza & Help NC Flood Victims

14 Brixx Pizza locations across North Carolina will donate 15% of all food sales (dine-in or carry out) to The Salvation Army’s flood relief efforts in Fayetteville and Lumberton, NC. The donation is automatic. Guests do not need to show any identification.

Hurricane Matthew Relief Efforts

The Salvation Army is on the ground in North and South Carolina with multiple disaster response units (canteens) and Emotional Spiritual Care personnel coordinating with Local and State Emergency Management to serve people affected by Hurricane Matthew.

Holiday Volunteer Opportunities

Looking to give back this Holiday season, we have many ways that you, your family, or your co-workers can help support our Holiday programs!

Doing the Most Good on the Move

The Salvation Army of the Carolinas has mobilized Salvation Army mobile feeding kitchens and personnel as Hurricane Matthew churns its way up the coast from Florida.

A Prayer For You

As The Salvation Army plans and prepares to assist those impacted by Hurricane Matthew, we offer this prayer from our General Secretary of North & South Carolina.

Ability to Make a Choice

Inspirational note from our It Takes An Army Annual Campaign Coordinator, Jessie Proctor

See You At The Pole!

The Salvation Army of Wake County’s Community Center celebrates Global Week of Student Prayer

Christmas Cheer Registration

Christmas is Coming and our Christmas Cheer Program will have registration for families in need starting the first week of October.

Sixth Annual Diversity Sunday

Our congregation represents 16 different nations! Sunday, September 18 will be our sixth annual Diversity Sunday, where we celebrate the diversity of our church congregation. This year's theme is "Unity in Diversity".

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