|National Salvation Army Week Celebrated with Music and Arts in Chattanooga
This week marks national Salvation Army Week.
In 1956, President Dwight D. Eisenhower declared this week Salvation Army week to encourage volunteerism and giving back. Video
|Salvation Army Needs Your Help to Send Kids to Camp
Last summer, 100 local children, some of whom had never in their lives experienced being in a safe, loving environment, were given the special gift of summer camp. Through donations, underprivileged kids attended a weeklong camp where they played sports, swam, explored the outdoors and made crafts. Moreover, with the help of trained counselors, they learned how to live together with a diverse group of neighbors, dealing with the issues and concerns that challenge them in their daily lives.
|Salvation Army Responds after Wednesday's Severe Storms
As tornadoes and storms move across the state, the Salvation Army immediately responds to victims and first responders, prepared to feed over 300 Wednesday night. Crews will provide food and hydration, as well as emotional and spiritual care.
|Salvation Army on Stand-By, Ready to Help Anyone Affected by Flooding
The Salvation Army remains in contact with local county emergency managers to stay updated on rising creeks and potential flooding. The Salvation Army has alerted its volunteers and its emergency mobile kitchen crew to be ready to serve local emergency managers, disaster teams, and residents as needed.
|WDEF News12 This Morning Crews Battles with Salvation Army Bells
It was the battle of the bells Friday at Hamilton Place Mall. Video
|Angel Tree Cleveland
Some Bradley county residents get a helping hand with Christmas, thanks to the Angel Tree Program.
|Salvation Army Holds Free "Thank You" Concert
“Ring the Joyous Bells, A Gift of Christmas” will be presented on December 9, 2012, at 5:00 PM at First Baptist Church located at 401 Gateway Avenue, in downtown Chattanooga.
|Back-to-School Shopping Spree for Area Kids
Some area kids got a jump start on their back to school shopping Tuesday.
It was all because of Target and the Salvation Army.
The stores on Gunbarrel Road and in Cleveland took part in the national Back-to-School Shopping Spree. Video
|Working to Beat the Heat in Cleveland
As the triple digit temperatures soar... Folks in Cleveland work to keep people cool. Video