The economic recession continues to make a dent in donations in the Salvation Army’s Northern Division, covering Minnesota and North Dakota.
It’s a big weekend for the Salvation Army, who held their final Toy Shop Saturday in St. Paul.
If you are out and about shopping today, and you see one of the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles, consider making a donation.
Many individuals and families struggle during the holidays to provide their loved ones with gifts. You can bring cheer and hope to the homes of fellow Minnesotans in this position by donating gifts of toys, food and more.
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson and Mall of America are teaming up to donate 1,812 toys to the Salvation Army during the holiday season.
Officials with the Salvation Army say they’re seeing a record number of families asking for help this holiday season.
Could “Saint Grand” be prompting some copycat generosity?
Someone is once again leaving generous donations in the Salvation Army’s red kettles. One thousand dollar donations have shown up in two red kettles in the north metro area.
Saint Grand struck again Monday.
You’ve probably noticed the Salvation Army’s red kettles and bell-ringers out extra early this year. So has Saint Grand.
Thanksgiving got a lot happier Friday thanks to the Salvation Army.
The Twin Cities Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Kick Off — Rock the Red Kettle raised $108,958.76 in just one day.
The 2012 bell ringing season started Saturday at the Twin Cities Salvation Army’s “Rock the Red Kettle” kickoff event at Cub Foods on 5937 Nicollet Ave. in south Minneapolis.
One of the highlight’s of Minneapolis’ Aquatennial is what’s known as the Most Amazing Race, and WCCO-TV’s Jamie Yuccas and Matt Brickman stepped up to the challenge.
Ever watched the CBS show Amazing Race? If you have, you know the contestants are sent out on various tasks from eating to solving puzzles. The winners get a large cash reward at the end.