4th Annual Most Amazing Race Set for May 18 in Carlisle

Adventurous Duos Sought to Compete for $1,000 Top Prize

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CARLISLE, PA (March 6, 2019) – The Salvation Army of Carlisle announced today registration is open for its fourth annual Most Amazing Race, which is set for Saturday, May 18 in Carlisle. This year’s theme is “Monopoly.” The event, which is made possible with the support of Sunrise Rotary Club and sponsored by M & T Bank and GIANT, was inspired by the CBS show “The Amazing Race” and sends teams of two all over Carlisle in an effort to win a grand prize of $1,000. Second place finishers take home $500 and third place wins $250.

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Salvation Army of Reading to Benefit from GIANT’s Bags 4 My Cause Program in March

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READING, PA — The Salvation Army of Reading has been selected as a beneficiary of the GIANT Bags 4 My Cause Program for the month of March.

The GIANT Bags 4 My Cause Program, which launched in February 2019, is a reusable bag program that facilitates community support with the goal to make a difference in the communities in which shoppers live and work. The program features the reusable Bags 4 My Cause bag with a special tag attached to it that allows customers to direct a donation to a non-profit of their choice upon purchase. Continue reading “Salvation Army of Reading to Benefit from GIANT’s Bags 4 My Cause Program in March”

Red Kettle Season Falling Short for Salvation Army of Eastern PA & DE

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PHILADELPHIA (December 18, 2018) – The Salvation Army of Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware’s Red Kettle fundraising campaign is in full swing across the region. However, with one week left until Christmas, kettle donations are falling significantly short – currently at about 40% below the overall targeted goal for the campaign.

The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign is crucial to its ability to serve tens of thousands of struggling families across Eastern Pennsylvania and Delaware. That’s why it is sending an urgent plea to individuals, corporations and groups to generously give to the Red Kettle campaign. Continue reading “Red Kettle Season Falling Short for Salvation Army of Eastern PA & DE”

Ground Breaking Ceremony for Construction of New Salvation Army Service & Worship Center in Harrisburg

ground-breaking.jpgOn Monday, September 10, 2018, The Salvation Army Harrisburg Capital City Region hosted an official ground breaking ceremony to begin construction of a new, multi-use Service and Worship center at 506 South 29th Street in Harrisburg. The new facility will allow The Salvation Army to provide vital human services and education programs for children, individuals and families within the organization’s service area of Dauphin, Cumberland, and Perry Counties. Continue reading “Ground Breaking Ceremony for Construction of New Salvation Army Service & Worship Center in Harrisburg”

Pendel EDS Launches Operations in 6 PA Counties Impacted by Devastating Flash Floods

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Salvation Army Service Extension Unit Volunteers Give out Clean-up Kits in Hamburg, Berks Co.

The Salvation Army of Eastern PA & DE’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) has deployed additional teams of staff and volunteers to flood ravaged communities across eastern and central Pennsylvania, providing valuable support to first responders and locally impacted residents. As of Wednesday, August 15, EDS operations are underway in Berks, Bradford, Columbia, Susquehanna, Schuylkill and Sullivan Counties in response to devastating flash flooding that occurred earlier in the week. This is all possible through a coordinated partnership with The Salvation Army’s Service Extension Units, Corps Community Centers and volunteers across the region.

Currently, EDS has deployed four canteens (mobile feeding operations), as well as three support vehicles and three trailers to distribute food and beverages, as well as clean-up kits to residents who are in need of cleaning their homes damaged by the floods. Salvation Army representatives are also working closely with local and state officials to assess needs and deliver service to impacted communities. Continue reading “Pendel EDS Launches Operations in 6 PA Counties Impacted by Devastating Flash Floods”

New Worship & Service Center Coming to Harrisburg

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The Salvation Army of Harrisburg will soon embark on a long-anticipated journey. On September 10, 2018 – after more than 10 years of studies and planning – crews will break ground at 29th Street and Rudy Road and begin construction on a new Service and Worship Center

The project, scheduled for completion by late summer 2019, was designed to fill the need for increased program space for the Harrisburg Capital City Region. The current location at Green Street was constructed in 1954. With its mere 17,000 square feet, it no longer supports The Salvation Army’s local day-to-day functions. Continue reading “New Worship & Service Center Coming to Harrisburg”

Plans Launched for new EDS Command Center in Philadelphia with Help of $1M Gift from Local Philanthropists

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Stephen & Sandra Sheller

Plans for a new Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) Command Center in Philadelphia are now underway. The project was formally unveiled to the public on July 17 at a reception at the historic Divine Lorraine Hotel. The “Celebration of Philanthropy” marked the launch of the project and honored philanthropists Stephen and Sandra Sheller of Philadelphia, whose generous $1,000,000 gift made the Command Center possible.

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