Ezekiel Elliott Draws Attention To Red KettleSt. Louis area native jumps into Salvation Army prop after Cowboys touchdown
Salvation Army Weathering Difficult Holiday SeasonOn top of three stolen kettles, donations are down 50% this year.
Three Salvation Army Kettles Stolen Around St. LouisThe Salvation Army's Lieutenant Colonel Dan Jennings says there has been recent thefts of their donation kettles at three different bell ringing locations.
Schnucks Grants Exception to Salvation Army for Red Kettle ProgramSchnucks is granting an exception to its new no solicitation policy, allowing the Salvation Army to begin its holiday red kettle program Nov. 18 and end Dec. 24 at Schnucks locations.
No More Girl Scout Cookies, Salvation Army Collections at SchnucksNo longer will you hear the bells of the Salvation Army around Christmas time nor will you see little girls with colorful posters selling Thin Mints.
Leadership Change Coming to Local Salvation ArmyLt. Colonels Lonneal and Patty Richardson are moving to the Salvation Army division headquartered in Minneapolis.
Red Cross, Salvation Army Helping Flood VictimsA warm bed, meals, and emotional support are some of their offerings
Storms Damage one of the Salvation Army's 'Tree of Lights'The Salvation Army says that the tree directly across from the U.S. Bank Plaza (7th and Washington) suffered irreparable damage and was removed Monday evening.
Holiday Express Train in St. Louis TodayKansas City Southern Railway says it'll be at Union Station from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Salvation Army Breaks Ground on Addiction Treatment CenterSix million dollar facility is expected to open during the summer of 2016
Salvation Army Tree of Lights Campaign Still Lacking in DonationsThe Salvation Army is still hoping for an extra surge in donations, after a year of empty kettles.
Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign Plays Catch-UpThe Salvation Army reports an uptick in its red kettle donations after a dramatic drop off earlier this season blamed on social unrest.