Entries by Nichole Bazemore

Get Your Tickets Now for the 2018 Great Futures Start Here Banquet

Get ready to be uplifted and inspired! Join The Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Atlanta as we celebrate our multi-talented youth and honor our 2017 Youth of the Year award winner, Johnathan White. All proceeds from this event will be distributed among The Salvation Army’s three metro Atlanta-area Boys and Girls Clubs. Our […]

Q&A with Melba Robinson, Program Director for The Salvation Army’s HavenATL

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. Human Trafficking is a multi-billion-dollar criminal industry, and the third most profitable criminal industry in the world, generating an estimated $150 billion each year. The Salvation Army has been fighting to end human trafficking since the organization was founded in 1865. HavenATL is a cohesive program through The Metro […]

Help Us Feed Atlanta’s Hungry: Donate to Can-a-Thon

Imagine being hungry but having no food in the fridge, and no money in your pocket to buy food to satisfy that hunger. Imagine having to make a choice between buying food or paying your rent or mortgage. Imagine being surrounded by people talking about holiday feasts and wondering if you or your children will […]

The Coca-Cola Foundation Awards The Salvation Army $1 Million to Aid Hurricane Relief Efforts in the Caribbean

Money will be used to provide immediate resources for food and shelter across the region, including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands ATLANTA, GA (October 2, 2017)–The Salvation Army is getting a boost in its global hurricane relief efforts, thanks to a $1 million-dollar grant from The Coca-Cola Foundation. Helen Price, President of The […]

Red Shield Services Provide Shelter from the Storm, Solace for the Soul

Atlanta, Georgia, (September 14, 2017) – On Monday, the winds blew, the rain roared, and one by one, people needing shelter from Tropical Storm Irma trickled into Atlanta’s Red Shield Services. The shelter, which provides transitional housing to homeless men, women, families, the elderly, and the disabled, had received a request from the City of Atlanta […]