Every day, Salvation Army do gooders – whether they work here full time or support our mission in their spare time – dream up ways to create good and lasting change for people in need. We’re always working on new and existing programs, bright ideas and special projects to give people opportunities they don’t know how to make on their own. One of our favorite ways to create good and lasting change is to make sure kids from low-income families are excited about school and have everything they need to succeed.
Forty athletes from Haiti, Benin and Suriname will be guests of The Salvation Army in Redondo Beach for breakfast this week in the lead up to the Special Olympics’ opening ceremony on Saturday, July 25th. The athletes range in age from 16 to 40 years old are are staying at hotels in the Redondo Beach area. Each morning they’ll be shuttled to The Salvation Army on Beryl Street for scrambled eggs, waffles, bagels and cream cheese, and fresh fruit!
Major Martin Cooper, who recently retired from a distinguished 15-year career of service with The Salvation Army, recently completed a 2,700-mile bike ride across the U.S. from Oregon to…
What happens when someone can’t afford to pay their tickets? If they can’t pay the fine, their unpaid tickets mount up and their license is suspended or their car is towed to an impound lot. Sadly, for many low-income or working poor people, getting their car towed sets off a string of events that can lead to financial disaster.
Harry’s mom and dad are hard working and loving parents. They can afford to give him the basics but sometimes the extras many of us take for granted are beyond their reach. Like a birthday party with his friends, complete with cake and gifts.
Thankfully, that’s where our favorite new online do-gooding platform comes in handy: CommuniGift!
Summer camp has already begun, so why not join in on the fun? Camp gives children the chance to be a kid and have fun. For anyone lucky…
The following was originally posted on The Salvation Army Northern Division’s blog. For Brett Bruvold, the most demoralizing aspect of being homeless wasn’t his lack of food or…
The Salvation Army of Staunton VA
Family Store Location & Hours:
1702 West Beverley Street
Staunton, VA 24401
9:00am – 4:00pm
Donation Pickup Call:
Tuesday – Saturday
9:00am – 4:00pm
Saturdays or Sundays please drop donations in red donation bin. All donations Monday-Friday must be dropped of at the warehouse not at the store.
Calendar of events:
-West End Business Association Scavenger Hunt from 10am-2pm
Weekly Church Programs:
-Potluck (Temporally To-Go)
Our Thrift Store:
-Every 1st Wednesday-Senior Citizen Discount Day
-Every Monday-Online Boutique Sale
-Mondays we are closed