The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is encouraging metro Detroiters to perform “Random Acts of Goodness” through social media for the nonprofit’s eighth annual Doing the Most Good Week, May 9-19.
There’s some baseball buzz surrounding this weekend’s 9th annual Rochester Hills spring antique and collectible auction slated for Saturday.
A song about thrift shopping is a huge hit — but what’s the reaction from the people who operate thrift stores?
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit announced that it raised $8,303,690.86 through its 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, the largest amount the nonprofit has ever raised through all previous annual campaigns.
Police say several stores in the area were also evacuated as a precaution.
Most of my life I have tried my best to avoid eye contact with strange men. But, for 8 hours each year I smile at all of them — women, too. I am a volunteer bell ringer for the Salvation Army.
The city of Detroit is turning red to raise awareness of the final days metro Detroiters can donate to The Salvation Army’s 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, which ends when red kettles leave storefronts across metro Detroit on Christmas Eve.
Area residents are invited to use cell phone technology and social media to help make a difference this holiday season during Community Financial Credit Union’s “Warming Hearts & Homes” program.
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit has gone high tech for the 2012 Red Kettle campaign. AT&T Inc. is loaning the nonprofit 36 Android phones to support the drivers who transport bell ringers and the iconic red kettles to and from nearly 450 locations thorughout metro Detroit.
Major Herb Fuqua of the Salvation Army says they’re seeing more and more families in need this holiday season.