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Last Friday, our Women's Auxiliary presented the "Essence of Elegance" Fashion Show & Luncheon, and it was a great success! Thanks to all of the ladies who attended, and everyone who contributed to the event, including the fabulous designers — Florence Dewan, Damita Day, Trang Nguyen Designs, Katrina Z'Chori, and VICTROLA! See more photos here: http://bit.ly/1oUXWVF
Additional Volunteers Needed at Emergency Winter Warming Shelters.
The City of St. Louis has extended hours at its emergency winter warming shelter through Monday, January 6. Volunteers are needed to help fill shifts from 7:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m. tomorrow for tasks such as greeting and signing in guests, serving meals and light housekeeping.
Contact the United Way of Greater St. Louis to sign up.
We are providing support to the City of St. Louis Warming Center and Shelter at 12th & Park by providing evening meals.
Working with St. Louis County to provide additional shelter if needed.
Even though it's after Christmas, you might see some bell ringers out and ringing strong to make up for a drop in donations this year. Can you help bring us to the top? https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=206
We would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas. May you and yours be safe and warm, merry, and light of worry on this day and for the days to come. Merry Christmas and God Bless.
It's been a whirlwind of activity the past few days as we partnered with Toys for Tots to distribute toys to thousands of kids in the region. Thank you to all who donated and volunteered to ensure that these kids can have a little something on Christmas morning.
And then there were THREE. Our volunteer bell ringers will be out in the community through Christmas Eve before they pack up their kettles for the season. That's just three more days to drop in your donations – and we need them more than ever this year.
If you're out picking up those last minute gifts or groceries for your big Christmas meals, please remember the many who cannot afford even the most basic of necessities, such as food, clothing, heat or even shelter.
The Salvation Army #TreeOfLights, Red Kettle campaign supports programming for our disadvantaged neighbors at Christmastime and all year long. Donations made at the kettles, online or by text stay in our local service area.
Please give as generously as you are able this Christmas, and help us spread the word that donations are still very much needed.
Gratitude and blessings to all.
There are so many ways to give to those in need in our community. Some choose to give toys to children who would otherwise wake up to an empty tree on Christmas morning. Others donate one afternoon per week to stock shelves at their local food pantry. Still others opt to make a contribution with the…
Only 4 days left for this year's red kettle bell ringers. It has been a short season with a few days of bad weather and donations have been down.
Funds received through the Red Kettle campaign support Salvation Army programs year-round including Christmas assistance – but also help homeless and low-income families, provide meals, assistance with utilities, children's programming, and much more.
Red Kettle donations are critical. If you have the capacity, please drop some change into a kettle near you, make a tax-deductible gift online at: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=206 or text KETTLE to 80888 to give $10, which will be charged to your next cell phone bill.
Thank you for your generous support. Merry Christmas and God Bless.
This one time gift will support the efforts of The Salvation Army in your community.
Not to brag or anything, but Santa and us… we're pretty close. Thanks for ringing, Santa!
It's not too late to help a child in need this Christmas! Help them know the meaning of this joyous season.
Christmas is quickly approaching, and many children in need are still at risk for being forgotten. Your generous gift today will help The Salvation Army provide meals, toys and clothing to these dear boys and girls just in time for Christmas.
Urgent help needed! Please share.
Red Kettle Giving is down but the need for services is up. Year-end donations received through the Red Kettle campaign supports Salvation Army services to those in need year round.
Please give as generously as you're able and help spread the word – only 6 days left for our bell ringers!
Place donations in any red kettle near you, text KETTLE to 80888 to donate $10 instantly (charge will appear on your next phone bill) or give any amount online here: https://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/sslpage.aspx?pid=206
Fewer Donations to the Red Kettle Campaign Have Yearlong Impact Bell Ringers for The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign will be collecting donations for five fewer days this year due to the late Thanksgiving holiday. This timing and the icy weather conditions that struck in early December could lead…
At work today? Check this list to see if your employer is on our matching gift list! Make your #TreeOfLights gift go twice as far!
If you are a donor, event participant, volunteer, or sponsor who works for any of the following companies, chances are you can increase your donation to The Salvation Army with a matching gift made by your employer.
Thanks so much to Rodney McLeod of the Rams as well as tons of volunteers from US Bank, Carrolton Bank & our young friends board for shopping with at-risk kids for Christmas! And thanks to Target for making it all possible
Don't forget! St. Louis Cardinals players (and Fredbird!) will be manning the red kettles for us at Schnuck Markets in City of Richmond Heights, MO from 10am – 6pm today! Don't miss this exciting opportunity to support the #TreeOfLights campaign… oh yeah, and meet your favorite Cardinal!