Wake County Blog

The Salvation Army of Wake County Giving Tuesday

The Salvation Army of Wake County needs your assistance on Giving Tuesday. Thank you for your support.

TSA Wake County continues to implement social distancing in shelter environment

The Salvation Army of Wake County moves its shelter residents to local hotels in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

TSA Wake County in Protective Mode

Due to COVID-19 pandemic, The Salvation Army of Wake County will continue to service the community with some slight changes.

Local Girl Scout donates cookies to Salvation Army of Wake County residents

A six-year-old Girl Scout from Wake Forest makes a difference in her community with cookies.

Salvation Army of Wake County prepares for Florence

#wakearmy preparations for Hurricane Florence

The Salvation Army of Wake County plans Shelter Beautification Project

The Salvation Army of Wake County is looking to spruce up its family areas at its shelter.

National Social Work Month: Yvonne Roberts

During National Social Work Month we are highlighting the incredible social workers who work closely with our clients and inspire us everyday. Yvonne Roberts is our Child Case Manager who works with the families staying in our Barbara L. Goodmon Family Shelter.

Have you spotted the new garden?

Thanks to some AWESOME volunteers the Center for Hope now has a garden that offers fresh basil, squash, and other items that can be used in our kitchen. Fresh and healthy choices are so important to the families in our shelter; however, fresh produce is not only expensive and hard to keep at the center because it’s perishable. However, Learn more about how we can utilize fresh produce and healthy snacks for the kids and families ==>

Learn more about Project CATCH

Project CATCH started in 2011 thanks to the help of local partners and funding. The program works with 11 homeless shelter and programs in the area to ensure that they are able to correctly identify and address the needs of children in their care. In Wake County alone there are approximately 5,000 children ages 0-18 experiencing homelessness, with 2,700 of them being school aged. Learn more about Project CATCH and how you can help ==>

Wake County Commissioner responds to the needs of families experiencing homelessness.

Commissioner Jessica Holmes was inspired by her past to provide a meal for women and children in The Salvation Army’s Shelter.

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