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National Donut Day: Find a ‘freebie’ on Friday, June 2

Added on May 24, 2017

National Donut Day is Friday, June 2, and here's where you can score a free donut to celebrate...

‘Amazing’ racers prove any team can win

Added on May 24, 2017

Unlike marathons and muddy obstacle-course races, practically every team that competes in The MOST Amazing Race has a legitimate shot at winning.

Sean Greenlee (pictured above, left) and Aaron Mehsikomer (right) – team name “Cobras” – are proof. They were victorious after several years of losses.

In 2014, they finished ninth. In 2…

Registration now open: MOST Amazing Race Oct. 7

Added on May 22, 2017

The Salvation Army’s MOST Amazing Race is an experience. It’s all of the most exciting things you’ll do in a single year, packed into a single day. It’s your backstage pass to the Twin Cities. Registration is now open for the event on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017...

Former addict helps others stay clean and sober

Added on May 11, 2017

Once homeless and an addict, Pat Stevens is now sober, faith-filled and volunteering to give back to others at The Salvation Army...

Low-cost camp provides fun, adventure up north

Added on May 3, 2017

Imagine giving your kids the gift of a summer camp experience in the beautiful woods near Finlayson, Minn. - all for just $25...

Your clothing donations may be worth more than you think

Added on April 13, 2017

While spring cleaning, think before you toss that old stuff away. Consider donating it to a Salvation Army Store, where it helps your community and can even save you money on next year's taxes...

Changes in hot meal program at Harbor Light

Added on April 5, 2017

Written by Julie Borgen, Twin Cities Media Relations Director for The Salvation Army Northern Division

Beginning April 1, 2017, The Salvation Army’s Harbor Light Center in Minneapolis will be serving a hot meal to the public at 6 p.m. on Saturdays and Sundays only.

The change is a result of funding cuts in 2016. Last year, The Harbor Light Center red…

Woman finds help, housing after homelessness

Added on April 4, 2017

Monique Roberson found herself homeless and alone in a new city, but thanks to The Salvation Army's Harbor Light Center, she's in her own home and making a fresh start...

Housing forum addresses barriers for ex-offenders

Added on March 29, 2017

The Salvation Army is committed to helping keep ex-offenders out of prison and becoming productive members of society. But finding stable housing can be a major stumbling block...

Housing program saves tax dollars, people’s dignity (video)

Added on March 6, 2017

(Watch video) – When factoring the costs of jail, shelters, and emergency room visits, taxpayers pay about $40,000 for every homeless person who lives on the streets for one year, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

The Twin Cities Salvation Army is striving to solve this problem through an innovative program calle…

March FoodShare Month donations matched

Added on March 1, 2017

Minnesota FoodShare Month is off to a good start with generous donations from Lunds and Byerlys customers...

Volunteer spotlight: Behind-the-scenes, but not forgotten

Added on January 24, 2017

Sheila German has been volunteering at the Salvation Army Store in Grand Rapids, Minn., for two decades. Three days a week, she comes in for five hours to sort donations of shoes, jewelry, and winter wear...
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