On November 21, 2013 Captain Burleigh of The Harrisonburg Salvation Army announced to the Harrisonburg/Rockingham County community due to significant ongoing funding shortfalls the future of its shelter is under a ninety day feasibility review. Decreased governmental funding is impacting nonprofit social services providers, including The Salvation Army’s shelter in Harrisonburg. Along with decreased funds […]
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On Tuesday Cargil delivered a donation of 1,000 turkeys to The Salvation Army to help feed low income families in Harrisonburg and Rockingham Country. Captain Burleigh, the Corps Officer of the Harrisonburg Salvation Army says, “The generosity of Cargil is a godsend. When I received the call from their Dayton office I was so touched […]
The Salvation Army’s iconic Red Kettle program in Harrisonburg and Rockingham Country relies exclusively upon volunteers. The total number of volunteer hours available over the course of the holiday season is in excess of 5,200 hours. Funds raised in the kettles are used to support local services such as the Christmas Distribution of toys and […]
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- The Salvation Army Conducts Joint Disaster Liaison TrainingClanton, AL (07/24/2015) - The Salvation Army and the American Red Cross conducted a Joint Organization Liaison Training at the Alabama Emergency Management Agency (AEMA) and State Emergency Operations Center (SEOC). The training was done by ALM Interagency Disaster Liaison Bill Feist (CEM) from The Salvation Army and Division Disaster State Relations Director Donna Weise […]