The Salvation Army of Central Maryland partnered with Royal Farms to provide 4,200 gallons of water to residents in Sandtown-Winchester and the Mathew Henson communities in response to a boil water alert in West Baltimore, Maryland. Water tests over Labor Day weekend revealed the presence of E. coli bacteria in the water in a 56-block area. […]
HARRISONBURG, Va. (WHSV) – The Salvation Army of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County held a ribbon cutting for the long-awaited reopening of its emergency shelter on Thursday. The shelter had been closed since March following allegations of mismanagement. The shelter’s reopening comes at a time of great need as the city’s homeless currently have nowhere to […]
A local homeless shelter that’s been closed since March reopens today. Suspending operations for a review after accusations of mismanagement, the Salvation Army Family Services and Emergency Shelter on Jefferson Street reopened today with renovations and new leadership after celebrating a ribbon-cutting and open house Thursday. Read More
BALTIMORE — Water was distributed Thursday but, from someone different than Baltimore City. Royal Farms and the Salvation Army of Central Maryland donated 4,200 gallons of water in West Baltimore. Read More
On Monday, Baltimore City officials announced the detection of E. coli bacteria in routine water supply samples collected in West Baltimore, with the Baltimore City Department of Public Works (DPW) issuing a required water boil advisory for residents in impacted areas including parts of West, Central, and Southwest Baltimore, as well as portions of Baltimore, […]
Royal Farms Partners With Salvation Army of Central Maryland to Donate 4,200 Gallons of Water to West Baltimore Residents Affected by the E. coli Outbreak
BALTIMORE, Sept. 07, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Royal Farms is donating 2,100 gallons of water to help Salvation Army of Central Maryland supply water to those impacted by the E. coli bacteria tap-water situation in West Baltimore. Read More
The poblano peppers were a deep green, with waxy skin that reflected the sunlight. They had grown in Loudoun County soil alongside 20,000 pepper plants of all varieties, from bells to jalapeños, and on this August morning, volunteers were piling them into green plastic bins. A cargo truck waited to haul them away. Read More
In Charleston, West Virginia, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs are hard at work, investing in the lives of young people on a daily basis. Thanks to a recent donation from Optimum, one of the largest technology providers in the United States, The Salvation Army is even better equipped to serve and foster the […]
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