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SHRED IT! and Donate Goods to The Salvation Army Family Store
Saturday, May 13, 9 am to 12 noon. Shredding is free and we will accept donations of household goods, gently-used clothing, furniture, non-perishable food, and financial donations to the Salvation Army.

Trust the Whisper | An inspirational talk about believing in yourself and something bigger by “The Hundred Story Home”author Kathy Izard.
Date: Monday, May 22, 2017, 10 am, Centenary United Methodist Church Auditorium, 646 West Fifth Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Hosted by Centenary United Methodist Church Circle 6,Merry Readers: Amanda Budd, Beth Duckett, Deborah Gardner, Susan Gordon, Cathy Guidetti, Buff Perry, Rosemary Pulliam, Karen Shearin, Wynn Tanner, and Elizabeth Welch


ribbonThe Salvation Army Celebrates Grand ReOpening of Family Store

The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem celebrated the Grand ReOpening of The Salvation Army Family Store at 2688 Peters Creek Parkway on Friday, March 17. The ceremony included a ribbon cutting ceremony with Winston-Salem Mayor Allen Joines, Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem Area Commander Major Stan Colbert, Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem Advisory Board Chair Jack Sutton, Salvation Army Divisional Secretary for Business Major Elizabeth Birks, and Family Store Manager Amy Gobble. Also on hand for the festivities were the Wake Forest University Demon Deacon, Salvation Army Academy of Music and Arts Brass Ensemble, and even a St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun. Guests and customers enjoyed punch and St. Patrick's Day themed snacks as they shopped the newly remodeled store, which features a greatly expanded clothing selection perfect for "thrifters". Shoppers also got the opportunity to draw from the leprechaun's "Pot of Gold" to receive extra discounts off their purchases. Veterans and students may now receive discounts on purchases every day of the week and Mondays are "Seniors Days", with seniors 54 and older receiving 25% off their entire purchase every Monday.

HOMEGROWN: Growing Together, The local Boys & Girls Club is teaching kids how to grow veggies, fruits, even fibers. Winston-Salem Monthly, March 30, 2017.

pfhThe goal of Pit Stops for Hope is to defeat childhood hunger in the state of North Carolina.

Because no child should go hungry, Richard Childress Racing Pit Crews teamed up with The Salvation Army of Winston-Salem and Second Harvest NWNC to raise funds by auctioning off items every NASCAR fan should cherish.

100% of the donations received from various efforts go directly to feed those in need. Since June 2013, PS4H has donated over $90k to help food insecure NC families!

To learn more and see items for sale, visit the Pitstops for Hope website, visit them on facebook, or follow them on twitter.

NEW! State of the States Report 2015, by the Center for American Progress | Poverty and Opportunity in the States: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly | By Rachel West and Jackie Odum, February 2016

The Winter 2017 Newsletter is out!

The State of America's Children - a Report by The Children's Defense Fund

Every Fourth Child ... Still A WRAL documentary on poverty in North Carolina

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