You Make a Difference Everyday

When you support The Salvation Army, you make a difference in the lives of people every single day. We want to share these stories with you. We want to share our ideas about how to make the world a better place. We want to share how God is making a difference. Stay up-to-date with us by reading the posts below.

Our Blog Posts

Fighting Family Homelessness in Forsyth County

The Salvation Army announces the inaugural Hands and Hearts of…

Strong and Stable: New Falls Prevention Program For Older Adults

The Salvation Army Seniors Center at 2850 New Walkertown Road has something new for the community starting in March; the Strong…

Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at The Center of Hope


The Salvation Army Center of Hope was the grateful recipient of two wonderful gifts on Monday, January 15, the 2018…

Give a Kid a Coat!

The 31st annual Give a Kid a Coat campaign is now underway! Each year The Salvation Army partners…

Faith and Gratitude; The Salvation Army at Christmas

At this most joyous season, as we gather with family and friends to celebrate Christmas, we are reminded that this is a time of faith and gratitude. Faith in the promise of the birth of our Lord…

Be a Blessing, Adopt an Angel Tree Child

The Salvation Army Angel Tree program is now underway! When you adopt an Angel you ensure a child in need in the Greater Winston-Salem area will wake up…

'Tis The Season To Stuff a Stocking

The annual Stuff a Stocking program to provide gifts for children at Christmas runs now through December 4. Fill a stocking and make Christmas bright for a child in need.

Time to Ring The Bells!

The Red Kettle season is almost here! It's time to volunteer your business, church group, or other organization to Ring the Bells.

Serving The Survivors of Hurricane Irma

The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem sent a team of six officers and staff to serve survivors of Hurricane Irma in Florida.

The Triad Holiday Food Drive Is Back

The largest food drive in the Triad returns for its 28th year in Winston-Salem.