Cricket Wireless and The Salvation Army Launch “Stuff the Pack”

From July 15 – August 13, 2016 you can drop off school supplies and other items, like notebooks, pencils, paper, backpacks, binders, glue sticks, hand sanitizer and more at participating Cricket Wireless authorized retailers in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, New Mexico, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming.

The Salvation Army Serves With Partners in West Virginia

Clendenin, WV (July 9, 2016)—When disaster strikes a community, The Salvation Army is there, working with community partners and agencies to help families and individuals get back on their feet. “We are part of the solution,” said Major Brooks Gilliam, Incident Commander for the West Virginia Salvation Army Emergency Disaster flood response. “One organization cannot do it all, but working together [READ MORE]

Salvation Army Heat Relief stations are open in Phoenix

Phoenix, Arizona is in the grip of a excessive heat emergency. The temperatures are so high - and for such a sustained period - that people are at risk of heat-related health complications. In order to provide relief to the area's most vulnerable people, The Salvation Army has opened more than a dozen Heat Relief stations throughout Phoenix and the "Valley of the Sun". The stations are opened from 10AM to 2PM on hot days that are declared "heat emergencies" by the National Weather Service.

Salvation Army NASCAR vehicle at Kern County Raceway

Kern County Raceway held a NASCAR race a few weeks back with a car that sported a very familiar logo: The Salvation Army shield! Nate Frosland works for Think Ink Marketing who sponsored the car as a way of investing in the neighborhood where they do business and supporting the racing industry. But they also decided to feature a charity instead of promoting their own interests.