Join 102.9 The Whale and Farmington Bank this winter season as they collect donations of new gloves, mittens, scarves, coats and other warmth goods for the Salvation Army.
Friday, February 23: Farmington Bank in Unionville, 1845 Farmington Avenue, Rte 4 & 177
Friday, March 2: Farmington Bank in Vernon,135 Talcottville Road, Rte 83...
Our hearts go out to the many families permanently affected by the tragic shooting in Florida. The Salvation Army is praying for you and The Salvation Army is available to you.
Join 102.9 The Whale today at Farmington Bank in Avon for a warmth drive to benefit The Salvation Army.
Ventura, California native Joey found himself in dire straits after a series of poor choices caused him to lose his job, home, and family. Separated from his wife and four of their children, Joey’s life began to take form after being invited to a Salvation Army Transitional Living Center in his hometown. See how Joey and the daughter who lived with him at the shelter began to forge an unshakable relationship.
The Salvation Army Greater Valley is mentioned and Bob VanEgghen is pictured (and quoted) in today's Valley-Voice newsletter. The article showcase a task force ...to map out plans to eliminate hunger in the Valley through food bank / collaboration. Here is the Link:
The Salvation Army was on the scene of an apartment complex fire in Middletown, Connecticut.
Thank you to the United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut for the generous grant to help with evacuee support in the Greater Hartford, New Britain and Willimantic areas!
102.9 The Whale and Farmington Bank are helping The Salvation Army collect gloves, mittens, scarves, coats and other warmth goods for those in need. Click here for locations and times.
Thank you to ESPN Inc. for their generous grant that will help The Bristol Salvation Army in a variety of ways throughout the year. We also thank ESPN for thei...r continued support of our newly renovated soup kitchen through the donation of food for the last two years, as well as throughout the Christmas season where ESPN employees fulfill 100 Angel Tree tags for families in need.
We are so grateful for their partnership!
Thank you to the Hartford Foundation for Public Giving for awarding The Salvation Army of Connecticut and Rhode Island as one of the recipients of the Respond-Rebuild-Renew Fund award grant to support newly relocated residents from natural disaster areas.
We have awarded the first set of grants from our recently formed Respond-Rebuild-Renew Fund. This fund was formed to help victims of disasters with short- and l...ong-term needs. These grants will support newly relocated residents who moved to Greater Hartford from disaster-affected areas including Puerto Rico.
The Salvation Army of Connecticut and Rhode Island is pleased to welcome Colonel Kenneth Johnson, Colonel Paula Johnson, Major Willie Mae Lyle, Lieutenant Colonel Ruth Stoneburner and Major Sue Foley for the annual command review!
After a series of unforeseen circumstances, the Lundstroms found themselves in a dire situation. See how The Salvation Army Connecticut & Rhode Island - Pathway of Hope initiative helped this Bridgeport family of four turn their lives around.
Learn more about The Salvation Army's Pathway of Hope: https://ctri.salvationarmy.org/SNE/PathwayOfHope
Our Marshall House Family Shelter has received $10,000 from The Hartford to support the provision of shelter, meals, case management and life skills workshops to single women and families who are homeless. With this continued partnership, we’ll be able to keep families together while improving their quality of life. Learn more about the comprehensive programs we provide: https://ctri.salvationarmy.org/SNE/MarshallHouse