This year’s Rock the Red Kettle Concert was incredible! We were blessed to have talented artists such as Shawn Mendes, Becky G, R5, Bea Miller, Exist Elsewhere, and Josh Levi grace the stage in support of our 124th Red Kettle Campaign. What we didn’t know that night was that watching from the audience was a pair of talented young women who not only heard our message about Doing The Most good and giving back this holiday season, but took it upon themselves to help us spread the word.If you're active in social media, you've probably seen a lot about The Salvation Army's #RedKettleReason campaign this year. We're asking the millions of do gooders who support our Army to tell us why they give. So far, more than 62,000 #RedKettleReasons have been shared.This year’s Rock the Red Kettle Concert was incredible! We were blessed to have talented artists such as Shawn Mendes, Becky G, R5, Bea Miller, Exist Elsewhere, and...Like people, companies have values. And they often have hearts too. Two grocery stores and one beauty product company decided that they could do some good this Christmas season for people in need by going a little above and beyond.
General André Cox participated in the first ever private audience in the Vatican with The Pope on Friday, December 12, 2014. During the interview, Pope Francis said theological...Jason P. Lester is an not just an elite athlete, he's an ultra-endurance athlete. To give you a sense of what that means, he just ran 2,600 miles across the Great Wall of China in 83 days! He's using his incredible training and stamina for good by running non-stop run for 72-plus hours to raise toys and funds to support Christmas for kids in need in Hawaii. Major Butch Soriano has reached the halfway mark in his quest to ring the bell at his kettle for 150 hours!Originally featured on The Salvation Army Western Territory’s Expect Change blog. When I was in college, my friends and I probably sat around the dorm late at night... We’re thrilled that our generous friends at Hanes, America’s #1 sock brand, once again donated socks The Salvation Army which will benefit our residential facilities. Hanes, along with...US Marines in full dress uniform! Yep, I thought that might get your attention. This time of year The Salvation Army in Southern California gets to see a lot of the Marines. For the last three years, we've been the distribution partner for their famous Toys for Tots campaign. It's estimated that we'll get a whopping 150,000 toys from them to give to kids whose families are struggling to provide Christmas this year!