Today, children from around our community took a trip to Target to buy school supplies. They were able to purchase items such as school uniforms, glue, paper, pencils, and anything you can imagine a child would need for school. The Salvation Army provided each child with a Target gift card in which the purchases were made. Any balance left over on the card was given back to The Salvation Army for future use. The children had a blast and couldn’t wait to show off all of their awesome school supplies. A little girl named Kacie couldn’t wait to show me her new Disney Princess’ lunchbox. What a joy to see the happiness in the eyes of the children. We are definitely doing the most good here.
- Millions Served by The Salvation Army to Meet Most Basic Needs in PR and VI October 16, 2017Partnership donations critical to sustain The Salvation Army’s relief effort The Salvation Army determinedly continues to transport resources to devastated areas of Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands, impacted by one of the worst hurricane seasons in a decade. Each day, new partners of The Salvation Army step-in to assist the relief effort, providing key resources […]
- Salvation Army Feeding Assistance Continues after Northern California Wildfires October 15, 2017SACRAMENTO, CA—The Salvation Army enters a second week of meal assistance in Santa Rosa, Napa County and Solano County. Santa Rosa The Salvation Army has recently added two evacuation centers to distribute meals. Those sites are Elsie Allen High School (599 Bellevue Ave, Santa Rosa) and Lawrence Cook Middle School (2480 Sebastopol Rd, Santa Rosa). […]
- City Mill & Customers Donate more than $30,000 for Hurricane Relief Efforts October 14, 2017HONOLULU – The Salvation Army recently received a check for $30,398.51 toward hurricane relief efforts. The check included customer and team member donations of $15,398.51 and a matching donation of $15,000 from City Mill Company. All eight City Mill stores and sister company, Simply Organized, participated in a fundraiser for Hurricane Harvey and Irma relief efforts […]