Wake County Blog

Learning Together joins The Salvation Army family

The Salvation Army is blessed to have a new partnership with Learning Together, a local nonprofit that meets developmental, educational, and health needs of young children of all abilities.

CycleBar Fundraising Ride

Join us for a ride at CYCLEBAR and support our mission of giving comfort and hope to others during times of darkness.

National Social Work Month: Marcia Redd

March is National Social Work Month and we want to highlight the amazing social workers who are a part of our Army. Marcia Redd is our Circle of Parents Group Facilitator who started with us this past August.

National Social Work Month: Kim Konderla

This month we want to highlight the amazing staff at The Salvation Army that have dedicated so much to the families they serve, and their field of social work.

2017 Stewards Fund Challenge - Double Your Impact!

The Salvation Army of Wake County is once again participating in the Stewards Fund Matching Gift Challenge! Between March 1- April 30 your donation could be matched, which means double the dollars and double the impact. See how your donation can qualify!

Celebrating in Worship & Concert

Join us on Sunday, March 5 to experience the renowned Salvation Army Territorial Staff Band!

Giving and "Giving Up" this Easter Season

We often view Lent as a time to “give up” something because it’s a wonderful way to experience sacrifice. This year, while you contemplate what to give up, thinking about giving too.

Vineyard Vines Shop & Support a Cause

Shop & Do Good on March 6 from 5pm-8pm! You get 10% off your purchase and 10% will be given back to The Salvation Army!

J. McLaughlin Sip & Shop Event

Join us on Wednesday March 1 for a fundraiser at North Hills. 15% of proceeds will benefit our programs!

New Family Store Coming Soon

We are excited to announce that the Wake County Army is opening a new Family Store the weekend of March 31 & April 1!

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