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.
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
To donate to our Red Kettle CLICK HERE Online Angel adoptions CLICK HERE Gift Drives: McWane Science Center Coat & Shoe drive- drop off a new coat or pair of shoes for children newborn to 12 yrs of age at McWane Science Center from Nov. 18 until Dec 6, 2013. McWane info: Address: 200 19th St N, Birmingham, AL. – Phone:(205) 714-8300 Maurices - 10% off any … Continue reading
The Blue Cross Blue Shield Caring Foundation has been a wonderful partner with The Salvation Army for many years. The foundation’s ongoing support has made a tremendous impact in the lives of the men, women and children served by The Salvation Army throughout the Birmingham community. We are pleased to announce that this wonderful organization is once again supporting our work to meet the needs … Continue reading
QUALIFICATIONS: for The Salvation Army Angel Tree Program for anyone living in Jefferson, Shelby or Chilton County: Child(ren) 10 yrs of age & under Birth certificate of each child that will receive gifts Social Security cards of parent(s) / legal guardian and all children applying Picture ID of parent(s) / legal guardian Proof of income Proof of residency- power bill etc IF YOU MEET QUALIFICATIONS – TO … Continue reading
Within days of April 27,2011, The Salvation Army opened a warehouse for survivors to offer essential items.
The Salvation Army was there immediately to offer support
Nothing was as it should be
We pray for lives lost that day
Nothing was right at the end of the day