The Salvation Army of Lubbock is preparing to serve a traditional Thanksgiving dinner to over 400 individuals in need from the Lubbock community. The meal will take place on Thursday from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Salvation Army Family Housing Facility and Emergency Shelter at 17th and Avenue J.
On Friday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Justin Eatherly from the Salvation Army joined Tom Collins and Laura Mac to discuss the kick-off to some holiday campaigns.
"Our shelters stay full or nearly full, especially our family units.”
You can hear the entire interview at 6 a.m. this Sunday on this station.
On Wednesday's edition of Lubbock's First News, Mike Morton of the Salvation Army joined Chad and Rex to discuss the Salvation Army's upcoming holiday events.
The local branch of a worldwide non-profit organization received a huge grant today. Read more for details.
Lubbock's Salvation Army has received federal funds for their Transitional Living Program. Keep reading to see how the Salvation Army plans to help eradicate cyclical homelessness.
The Salvation Army has been working to help those affected by the Texas wildfires, both families burned out of their homes and the first responders putting their lives on the line to put the fire out. Keep reading to see some of the organization's efforts.
Around 150 Texas Tech students will join forces this weekend to help improve the Lubbock-Area Salvation Army facilities. Keep reading inside to find out what changes they'll be helping with.
Well, it was cold last night and it will stay very cold until about Friday. Sub-zero wind chills and snow make it miserable out on the streets and of course deadly. That's why the Salvation Army is reaching out to the 300 or so homeless in Lubbock, but will the homeless accept the help? If history is any indication, the answer is no. Read why I say this when you click ahead.