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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[...]
(Harrisonburg, VA – July 25, 2014) – The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services Teams out of Norfolk Virginia is responding to the severe weather and tornado that touched dow[...]
On July 7 Major Hank Harwell, the new Corps Officer of the Harrisonburg Salvation Army was interviewed by Bob Corso of WHSV-TV3. To watch the One on One Interview, click on the fol[...]
On July 2 The Salvation Army celebrates Founders’ Day – remembering and appreciating the steps of faith and work taken by William and Catherine Booth to set in motion w[...]
With 300 to 320 families each month seeking food from The Salvation Army, the organization’s shelves are running low. To help fill the shelves, between July 1st and August 2nd Red [...]
Again this year the Harrisonburg Salvation Army will be having a Christmas in July kettle effort. From July 7th through to 12th the iconic Salvation Army red kettles will be at the[...]
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[...]
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 O[...]