General Secretary of The Salvation Army's North and South Carolina Division, Major Tom Louden, will be testifying at a field hearing at Clemson University at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, November 21. The US House of Representatives Committee on Homeland Security Subcommittee on Oversight and Management Efficiency field hearing is entitled "Emergency Preparedness: Are We Ready […]
The Salvation Army of Williamsburg VA seeking Individuals, local faith base groups and civic groups to volunteer to help man The Salvation Army Red Kettle stands for the 2014 Christmas holiday season. Please contact 757-229-6651 to schedule time and location for participation in the 2014 kettle campaign. Bell Ringers Needed: Volunteer with The Salvation Army This Christmas! Bellringers may volunteer as individuals, as a family, or larger group at a location near you! You can sing carols, play an instrument and RING the bell – spreading Christmas joy and reminding our community that the greatest gift you can give is “Sharing and Caring” for your fellow people. Donations made to Kettles go towards: Providing toys for children. Giving needy families groceries. Thanksgiving holiday relief. Providing general relief and assistance during Christmas. Sheltering the homeless. The Salvation Army provides services, assistance, and spiritual counseling when needy families and individuals need it most. There are multiple locations throughout the Williamsburg area. Volunteers are needed from November 14th ,2014 thru December 24th ,2014 Bell ringing occurs Monday- Saturday from morning until evening. You can volunteer once, twice, or as many times as you would like! Bell-ringing is great for individuals, groups, families, youth and seniors! If you are interested in volunteering as a bell ringer please contact: Capt Roger Hasty 757- 784 -6253 roger_hasty @uss.salvationarmy.org Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army was created in 1865 in England when William Booth left his comfortable life as a minister and decided to take his spiritual message into the streets where it would reach the poor, the homeless, the hungry and the destitute. In the 1900s The Salvation Army spread around the world. Today, The Salvation Army is an international Christian movement. Now, in 120 nations around the world, The Salvation Army continues to work where the need is greatest. The Salvation Army serves vast amount of people in multiple ways. Families can find emergency housing, rental assistance, food, clothing, transitional housing, after school childcare, and counseling at locations providing these services. The Salvation Army also provides drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs, housing for families affected by HIV/AIDS, and services for veterans. During the Christmas season, Corps and community centers offer holiday programs including Adopt a Family, Angel Tree, and food boxes that provide for families throughout the season.