Lots of events coming up...CLICK HERE to find out!
Guess what? You can now vote for your favorite tree online for Festival of Trees! Just click on the kettle below.
Festival of Trees is a fundraiser that helps to support the programs offered by The Salvation Army throughout the year. And for the tree getting the most vote...well, that group will receive the "People's Choice" award. (and just an fyi...you are allowed to vote more than once).
The auction is scheduled for Friday, December 12 at 7 p.m. at the Lycoming Mall.
Red Kettle season is upon us. Please consider making a donation.
Your help is used to fund programs and services for those in need.
Please click the kettle to make a donation online.
The groundbreaking ceremony for Williamsport Red Shield Community Garden took place
September 10, 2014. Things are getting exciting at The Salvation Army!
The event was covered by both the Sun-Gazette and by WBRE-TV. Below is a link for the video.
The Youth Program is ongoing during the school year every Wednesday 5:30 to 8 p.m. and includes dinner.
Fall Classes have started up. Click here to see the schedule.
Looking for Something fun to do?
"Get Your Golden Ticket & Travel with the Golden Agers Club around the golden globe!"
The club meets ever Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. starting September 9. 2014.
We will be exploring various countries' music, crafts, games, speakers and have devotions. Lunch is included.
Everyone welcome! And September we will be "exploring" deep dark Africa.
To be a club member, please register through Amy by calling 570-326-9187 ext. 109.
A Celebration of Life was held for CSM David J. Sechler of the Williamsport Corps on Friday May 23, 2014 at 3pm at the Williamsport Citadel Corps located at 457 Market Street in Williamsport followed by a time of fellowship.
David passed away on Friday May 16, 2014. He was a good and faithful soldier and servant that will be truly missed.
The Salvation Army of Williamsport
Located in the heart of Williamsport, Pennsylvania, the Williamsport Salvation Army reaches into the community through programs and services such as Project Break Through which pairs Mentees and Mentors together to help break families out of proverty and to greater economic self-sufficiency and family stability.
Community mentors changing lives - June 9, 2013 article from Sun Gazette
"It is not uncommon to hit a snag in life. At some point, many of us during our adult life experience extreme hardship, whether it be financially or otherwise. Maybe we even hit rock bottom. What few realize though, is that help exists out there for those that are having a difficult time making ends meet..."
If interested in becoming a mentor or participating in the Project Break Through (PBT), call 326-9187 and ask for Amy McGovern. PBT also is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ProjectBreakThrough.
Salvation Army Today channel
Community mentors changing lives
Amber Bower receives Salvation Army chorus award
Community Meet and Greet:
2013 Target Back-to-School Shopping event: