This Saturday, December 3rd, The Salvation Army Red Kettle can do magic! Thanks to a matching grant from Robert Stanberry and the Advisory Board, if you drop a twenty-dollar bill in the Red Kettle, it can magically become a hundred dollars. Now that's magic. But most importantly, the hungry and homeless in our community will get five times the … [Read More...]
The Salvation Army launched its familiar holiday fund drive yesterday with a "Red Kettle Kickoff" Luncheon at the Inn at Spanish Bay in Pebble Beach.
More than 300 guests took part in a simple, symbolic, lunch of soup and salad. The group then celebrated the start of the 6-week-long fundraising effort by furiously filling the Red Kettles at each … [Read More...]
Hayashi Wayland dedicates 1 day out of the year that they’ve dubbed “HW Gives Back.” This year that day fell on November 4th when both their Salinas and their Carmel offices closed for the day to branch out into the community to give back.
The recipients of this financial management company's good fortune this year was The Salvation Army Monterey … [Read More...]
The Salvation Army Advisory Board annual retreat produced much good news for the future of the Monterey Corps. Two major awards were given to long time board members at the meeting at Camp Redwood Glenn near Scotts Valley.
Morley Brown was awarded the Certificate of Life Membership. The award comes as a result of her 30 years of service. Brown is … [Read More...]
We cut the ribbon today at the re-opening of our Monterey Peninsula (Seaside) Thrift Store!!!!!
A long-time landmark in Seaside (1850 Fremont Street), the store had been temporarily closed, and remodeled. Attendees of this Grand Opening were admitted as the first customers of the business operations.
Major John Desplancke ARC Administrator … [Read More...]