Wake County Blog

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".

The Salvation Army’s MOST Amazing Race & Community Block Party

The Community Center is celebrating teams raising nearly $28,000 for children’s programs with Food Trucks, Music, and Fun! August 20 from 12pm-3pm at 902 Wake Forest Rd.

"I don't know where we'd be without Project CATCH"

WRAL's Brian Shrader visits with Project CATCH and an incredible family working hard to change their circumstances.

The MOST Amazing Way to Help Wake County Youth

The MOST Amazing Race is coming to Raleigh soon! Registration is still open for this amazing opportunity to not only race for a grand prize of $2,500 but to race for the kids who are impacted by the Community Center’s programs

Staff Highlight: Ms. Helen

The Salvation Army has a dynamic staff. While each serves in different ways, they each are committed to meeting the needs of men, women, and children in Wake County.

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