The Salvation Army of Broward County will be signing up bell ringers for its upcoming Red Kettle Campaign at two upcoming job fairs.
Help the needy…and your wallet: the Salvation Army of Broward County needs to hire 125 energetic and outgoing seasonal bell ringers to help with fundraising efforts.
The Salvation Army of Broward County and WorkForce One Employment Solutions is seeking bell ringers for its upcoming Red Kettle Campaign during three upcoming job fairs.
They’re busier than ever before at the Salvation Army, handing out food to a growing number of people in need.
There is a plea for help from the Salvation Army of Broward County.
As our summer time temps soar in the lower 90s in the afternoon, the Salvation Army has come up with a unique way to help the homeless in Ft. Lauderdale cool off.
As near freezing temperatures descend on South Florida, shelters in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties have kept their doors open to welcome in people who need a warm place to stay.
As bone-chilling weather descends on South Florida, the Salvation Army has started to prepare to house the homeless from the dangerously cold air.
The holidays are just around the corner and The Salvation Army of Broward County is making sure less fortunate families have something to celebrate. It’s giving toys out to more than 3,500 Broward County children through the Angel Tree Toy Shop.
A generous giver gave a Salvation Army bell ringer quite a shock outside a Pinecrest Kmart store.