The Birmingham Salvation Army will welcome golfing legend Tom Lehman as the guest speaker for our 2014 annual civic dinner May 5. Tickets are on sale now. The image below explains the pricing and reservations.
The fourth annual Roxanne Adams Memorial Blood Drive will be held March 29, 2014 inside the Gardendale Civic Center (970 Main St. in Gardendale, Al) from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. The Salvation Army is proud to be a sponsor of this event that hopes to collect as many units of blood as possible for LifeSouth to distribute in our area. Each unit has the capability of saving three lives. Donors will … Continue reading
Weather patterns haven’t exactly been quiet around here lately and tornado & hurricane seasons are right around the corner. To prepare for the rest of 2014, The Birmingham Salvation Army will be offering disaster training for volunteers in April with classes available Friday April 11 or Saturday April 12 at our social services building located at 2130 11th Ave. North in Birmingham. Upon completion, volunteers will be able to serve in many capacities. They … Continue reading
The greater Birmingham Salvation Army is prepared to help anyone needing shelter from the cold. The emergency shelter in downtown Birmingham expects an influx over the next couple of days and will offer free food and shelter to anyone needing it. In Shelby County they are opening a warming station at 108 Plaza Circle in Alabaster. The schedule for now will be: 24 hour coffee availability … Continue reading
No one was immune from the recent incredible snow event, or snowmaggedon 2014. We all witnessed it and were a part of in some very unique ways yesterday. We interviewed our own employees that were stranded like thousands of others across the Southeast. We are thankful that they, and so many others, eventually made it home safely. The following video gives you a glimpse of … Continue reading
No one was immune from the recent incredible snow event, or “Snowmaggedon 2014″. We all witnessed it and were a part of in some very unique ways yesterday. Our own Director of Development, Brandy Crumly, was stranded on I-65 for more than 6 hours. And our Director of Social Services, Larry Dancy, had to abandon his car and seek a warm place to lay his head. He walked … Continue reading
Most of us have been asked for money by a homeless person. They need a few bucks to pay for a bus ride, dinner or a night of shelter, they say. Should you give them the cash? Take it from The Salvation Army: The answer, in most cases, is no. We know, we know – coming from us, that’s surprising advice. The Salvation Army, after … Continue reading
Thank you to everyone that supported us this holiday season.
Thank you for your generosity always, but especially during this past holiday season. Because of you The Salvation Army surpassed its goal at the red kettles raising $532,000. Those funds will enable us to reach out to those who find themselves in times of crisis not only at Christmas but all year long. And if you were one of many who picked an angel off … Continue reading
The Salvation Army has been blessed over the years with unusual yet wonderful donations for its red kettle drive. The bell ringers in our area have reported that this holiday season is no different. We recently received a donated ring appraised at $1500 that a lady dropped into a kettle at Brookwood Village. We were able to catch up with her to ask why she … Continue reading