The Salvation Army of Broward is in dire need of food supplies.
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On any given night more than 800 people sleep on the streets of Broward County, more than half of them in neighborhoods bordering downtown Ft. Lauderdale, according to the Salvation Army of Broward County.
The cold air over that descended over South Florida the last two nights has kept farmers in the area busy and residents looking for ways to stay warm.
Thursday night, the coldest air of the season arrives. With clear skies in place, lows will fall to the low to mid 40s near the coast and 30s inland.
With temperatures forecast to plunge into the mid-40s during the week, Broward’s Salvation Army is offering the homeless a warm, safe place to stay.
With temperatures forecast to plunge into the mid-40s overnight, Broward’s Salvation Army is preparing to give the homeless a warm, safe place to stay.
If you’ve ever donated to the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program, or cut a check to help them during this holiday season, you might be curious exactly where your generous donation goes.
A sparkly surprise showed up in one of the Salvation Army’s red collection kettles Wednesday.
The Salvation Army of Broward County will be signing up bell ringers for its upcoming Red Kettle Campaign at two upcoming job fairs.