The Salvation Army Provides Hope without Discrimination

Each year, thanks to generous donations, The Salvation Army serves nearly 30 million Americans – or one person every second – from a variety of backgrounds. People who come to us for assistance will be served according to their need and our capacity to help – regardless of race, gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation. 

Elvis is Alive and Helping Kids in Rome, GA

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]On February 11, 2016, the Forum in Rome, GA rocked and rolled with the booming voice of Elvis as the Rome Salvation Army Ladies Auxiliary hosted their first annual 50’s Sock Hop fundraiser to benefit The Salvation Army of the greater Rome, GA area children’s programs. Elvis impersonator Duke Edward and his wife Mary, who […]

Olive Garden Donates Unused Food to Salvation Army

A national restaurant chain is doing their part by giving back to the community. Olive Garden implemented the Olive Garden Harvest Program in 2003, donating their unused food to charity. “That’s where we collect wholesome unused food and we donate it on a weekly basis to the local Salvation Army for their soup kitchen,” said […]

The Salvation Army Augusta Honors Volunteers

The Salvation Army of Augusta, GA is celebrating 125 years of service in Georgia by honoring the volunteers who make the Army’s work possible. On Monday, January 25, The Salvation Army highlighted and thanked those who lend their time and more. to the Family Store, Red Kettle bell ringing, soup kitchen, and more. Read more.

Salvation Army of Augusta Shelters During Cold

As the temperatures drop across Georgia, those experiencing homelessness are in desperate need of a warm, dry place to stay. The Salvation Army of Augusta has already found its shelters reaching near-capacity– and in need of resources in order to best help those in need. Read More.

‘My Pillow’ founder has soft spot for The Salvation Army

Mike Lindell, founder of “My Pillow,” has a soft spot for The Salvation Army because it helps people fight addiction. He knows the battle well. Lindell abused heavy drugs much of his life, starting with cocaine in 1982. Read the full story here…

Augusta Gives Tour of Shelter

The Salvation Army of Augusta, GA recently gave a tour of its shelter to help people see the very real need of their neighbors. The Augusta shelter has seen a record high for people asking for a warm meal and a warm bed in its shelter. By opening their doors and showing people exactly where […]

Salvation Army Red Kettles by the Numbers

It’s a classic holiday scene: Volunteers ringing bells — and sometimes singing and dancing — alongside their red kettles on city street corners. Here are 10 facts compiled by NBC News about the Salvation Army and their iconic red kettles: Read the story and view the videos here…

Gold, diamonds dropped into Salvation Army kettles

Around the country, donors respond to that ringing bell in unexpected ways. Read the full story here…