James Madison University Baseball and The Salvation Army of Harrisonburg are once again partnering together on April 3rd, 4th and 5th to help those in need in the local community w[...]
Until they are lacking, every day basics are easy to take for granted. One of our daily basics is comfortable and dry shoes. Ron, an unemployed late twenty-something year old gentl[...]
Joel Collier (M ’13), a student in the Doctor of Musical Arts program at James Madison University, was introduced to brass band music at the young age of four when he took his firs[...]
Tears appeared in Roger’s cheeks as a bike, two bags of toys and a box of food with a turkey were placed into Roger and Ellen’s trunk. With a trebling voice Roger explained to the [...]
You can give new life to a gently used winter coat and bring needed warmth on a cold winter day to a young lady, a young man or to an adult. Again Classic Cleaners, Park View Feder[...]
On Friday October 31st, prior to the Broadway High School football Gobblers’ game at against the Blue Streaks of Harrisonburg High School, the Harrisonburg/Rockingham County Salvat[...]
(Harrisonburg Virginia, September 22, 2014) – On Wednesday September 24th from noon to 12:45 p.m. the Little Caesars Love Kitchen will be providing lunch in the Harrisonburg Salvat[...]
Many hard working parents with low wages are focused upon investing their resources in the present needs of their children and have little left to invest in the future of their chi[...]
On Friday August 8th from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Harrisonburg Salvation Army’s Tools for School Program is distributing school supplies and backpacks to 850 children from low-income [...]
“This is a warm and highly generous community,” beamed Major Hank Harwell during the welcome reception held by The Salvation Army’s Advisory Board and Ladies’ Auxiliary on the even[...]