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Salvation Army changes holiday plans amidst pandemic, coin shortage

With three months until Christmas, the Salvation Army is getting into the holiday spirit. However, things are going to be a bit different this year because of COVID-19.

Salvation Army of the Cape Fear hands out food to those in need

The Salvation Army of the Cape Fear handed out over a hundred boxes of food and produce on Wednesday to families in need.

City, county leaders partner with businesses to protect homeless during COVID-19

The City of Wilmington is partnering with a number of organizations to help the at-risk population during COVID-19 pandemic.

Salvation Army needs help as food pantry stays busy, shelter limited

The Salvation Army of the Cape Fear is feeling the impacts from the coronavirus pandemic. 

Homeless shelters make accommodations for guests

Here in the Cape Fear, homeless shelters are either full or has had to limit new guests because of coronavirus concerns, so they have gotten creative.

Tiffany & Co. bracelet dropped in Salvation Army kettle

Salvation Army leaders in Maryland say a donor recently dropped thousands of dollars worth of jewelry in a red kettle.

Salvation Army employee pleads guilty to embezzling $200K

A payroll director at the Salvation Army’s district headquarters pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to one count of wire fraud.

No cash? Salvation Army now accepting mobile donations

With fewer people carrying cash, the Salvation Army is accepting Google and Apple Pay at its red kettles.

Salvation Army kicks off Christmas giving campaigns

'Tis the season for giving! Thousands of kids in our community need your help to have a Christmas of their dreams.

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