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Winter weather is moving into the area today! Stay safe and warm, everyone! Remember to check on elderly family and neighbors and anyone you know who may lack adequate shelter or heat.
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The month of December has so many cool things lined up… St. Louis Rams, St. Louis Cardinals, KCS Holiday Express…. and so many more! Here's a list of the 9 things that are coming up that you ABSOUTELY don't want to miss –> http://salvationarmystlouis.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/9-things-to-look-forward-to-before-christmas/
Black Friday. Small Business Saturday. Cyber Monday. In the shuffle of it all, please remember your neighbors and make a donation for Giving Tuesday! While The Salvation Army isn’t the only charity participating in Giving Tuesday, we’d be honored by your support. http://donate.salvationarmyusa.org/midland/givingtuesday
Tonight only! Take the family down to Santa's Magical Kingdom, & $5 will go to benefit The Salvation Army locally. Plus… it is BEAUTIFUL out tonight, which can't be said about the weather later this week
Our Midtown Development Plan (starting with our completed Veterans Residence) highlights the future of The Salvation Army's upcoming projects.
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If you have had the pleasure of watching some football today, get excited for December 10. Our St. Louis Rams will be ringing bells with our friends from Fox2Now & KPLR11–come and meet your favorite players & anchors & support your neighbors in the process! Details–> http://stlsalvationarmy.org/connect/events/
Cans Film Festival is one week away! Five canned food items will get you in the door to see a new movie at Wehrenberg Theatres from 9am to 6pm. Please share!
We had such a great time at the parade on Thursday–the evidence is clear! Check our our pictures from the day
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Preparing to brave the Black Friday crowds? Please show your support to our volunteer bell ringers. Every gift means a great deal to area families in need this Christmas.
On this day of Thanksgiving, we are thankful for you – our neighbors, community partners, volunteers and supporters. Thank you for your generosity and compassion and for sharing your amazing spirit with those in need. We are grateful for you today, and everyday. We wish you and yours a safe and happy Thanksgiving Holiday. God Bless.
Good morning St. Louis Thanksgiving Day Parade goers!
Stay warm out there and keep an eye out for our Salvation Army crew on the Wehrenberg float! Be sure to cheer them on and let them know you appreciate their hard work this busy holiday season.
If you really want to send your appreciation, text GOOD to 80888 to make an instant $10 donation to help local families this Christmas!
There are angels everywhere, and when impoverished kids need Christmas gifts, you have always come through. This year is no different–we need your help.
The true impact of the Great Recession is tough to measure. Americans have lost money, jobs and homes. Our families and friends may have fallen on hard times. Some who had little to begin with now have less and are working harder everyday to make it to tomorrow.