Charities Say Need For Giving Higher Than Ever This Holiday SeasonThe Salvation Army says the requests for food boxes are up tenfold since the start of the pandemic and needs across the country are up 15%, and at the same time their revenue from kettle donations could be cut in half.
Salvation Army: 20 Who Went To Northern Minnesota Event Test Positive For COVID-19The Salvation Army says 20 of its staff members from Minnesota and North Dakota tested positive for the coronavirus after 62 people attended a recent conference in northern Minnesota.
Friends, Colleagues Remembering George Floyd's Work With Salvation ArmyStaff and guests of the Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis made their way to 38th and Chicago Sunday night to see the growing memorial for George Floyd for the first time.
Coronavirus In Minnesota: Salvation Army Launches Emotional & Spiritual Care HotlineAs COVID-19 continues to impact families across the nation, the Salvation Army is stepping up to help.
Salvation Army's Red Kettles Seeing Less Green This YearThis holiday season, the Salvation Army says their donations are down about $350,000 from last year.
Every Dollar Donated To The Salvation Army Will Be Doubled For 4 DaysPeople can donate online, by calling 651 – 746 – 3494, or at the red kettles in storefronts and on street corners.
St. Paul Police Seek Public’s Help IDing Man Who Stole Salvation Army KettleSt. Paul police are seeking the public’s help in identifying a suspect who stole a Salvation Army kettle earlier this week.
PRISM Will Hold Emergency Toy Drive Over Lagging Holiday DonationsUntil this year, about 50% of PRISM's toy donations came from Toys for Tots, but last week that partnership ended.
Neighbors Oppose Expansion Of Madison Homeless ShelterA group of neighbors in Madison is appealing a city board's decision to approve expansion of a homeless shelter and allow the development of low-cost housing on the city's east side.
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The Cost Of Doing Good: WCCO Investigates Salvation Army SpendingDonations help the Salvation Army serve the less fortunate around the world. But when the charity built a half-million dollar home for local leaders, some staff members started questioning where the money goes.