Wake County Blog

The Flourish Market joins FIGHT against human trafficking

The Salvation Army is partnering with The Flourish Market, a local business providing fair trade products, to benefit survivors in Project FIGHT. On its Grand Opening January 27, the store will offer 10% off of entire purchase when guests bring in 1 or more full sized toiletry items.

Make "Doing the Most Good" a New Year's Resolution - for Life

Jessica Proctor, our It Takes an Army campaign coordinator, shares her view of The Army #AtThisMoment

You can still make a difference in 2016.

2016 has been a memorable year...help make it great for a neighbor in need.

Holiday Hours of Operation

The Salvation Army of Wake County's three locations will adjust their hours of operations in observance of Christmas & New Year's Day.

Eat Mor Chikin & Help Homeless Children

You too can help catch kids from falling through the cracks! Join us on December 6 from 5pm-8pm at any Wake County Chick-Fil-A where a portion of the proceeds will benefit The Salvation Army's Project CATCH.

Giving Tuesday

We have a day for giving thanks. We have three for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to back. You don't have to be a billionaire to make a difference.

Thanksgiving Blessings

With so much to be thankful for this Holiday Season, we want to be sure and thank a family that has made Thanksgiving so special at The Salvation Army and for the families we serve throughout the year.

Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

The Salvation Army of Wake County's three locations will adjust their hours of operations in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

Cricket Wireless' "Like for Tikes" Campaign to raise $50,000

New partnership will raise funds to go towards the purchase Toys for children in need.

Red Kettle Kick Off

Join us as we RING in the Christmas season with our  2016 Red Kettle Kick Off on Friday, November 18, at North Hills Shopping Center at 12pm

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