Salvation Army Needs Donations For Angel Tree ProgramThe Salvation Army needs your help making sure local kids have a merry Christmas.
Salvation Army Looking For Red Kettle Campaign VolunteersThe Salvation Army needs volunteers for its Red Kettle Campaign this year.
Local Organizations Partner For Drive To Help Afghan RefugeesAs refugees from Afghanistan continue to re-settle here and around the United States, local organizations are helping them feel at home.
Salvation Army Homewood-Brushton Worship And Service Center Holding Backpack GiveawayThe Salvation Army is holding a backpack giveaway for students.
Salvation Army's Stuff The Bus Event Returns To WalmartSalvation Army's Stuff the Bus event is returning this year to help kids in need start the school year with fresh supplies.
Salvation Army Holding Back-To-School Bash
Salvation Army Rochester Hosts Back-To-School BashThe Salvation Army Rochester Worship and Service Center is hosting a back-to-school bash.
Salvation Army’s Camp Allegheny Hiring Young People For Multiple PositionsThe Salvation Army is looking for young people to work at Camp Allegheny this summer.
Salvation Army Uniontown Worship And Service Center Hosting Virtual 5KThe Salvation Army Uniontown Worship and Service Center is hosting virtual 5K.
Salvation Army Receives Hundreds Of Knitted Hats From 96-Year-Old World War II VeteranTom Cornish, a 96-year-old World War II veteran, continues to serve his country decades later by knitting and donating hundreds of hats to the Salvation Army.
'College Survival Kits:' Salvation Army Helping Students Get Through CollegeThe Salvation Army has a creative idea to help college students make it through a semester!
Salvation Army Launches Blessings Boutique In HomewoodA brand new store in our area is providing new clothing for the children of needy families.
Salvation Hiring Camp Allegheny Staff For Summer 2021 SeasonThe Salvation Army Western Pa. Division is hiring Camp Allegheny Staff.
Gold Coin Worth Nearly $1,800 Donated In Salvation Army KettleThe Salvation Army is thanking the person who dropped a gold coin worth nearly $1,800 into one of its kettles in South Dakota.
Salvation Army Expects Fewer Donations Amid Increasing Need, Coronavirus CasesIt's the season of giving, but this year many don't have a lot to give.