Salvation Army

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army of Northeast Florida has added resources for expectant mothers who may need a place to stay.  

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army kicks off its annual Red Kettle campaign in Duval County Friday.

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Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry announced the creation of a First Coast relief fund Monday. This fund will aid those impacted by Hurricane Matthew and any other future natural disasters to affect Northeast Florida.

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An army of kids and volunteers from the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida are harvesting greens to donate to other local nonprofits for their Thanksgiving dinner.

Organizers say the project is just the beginning for the club’s new farm in Arlington.


We speak with Jacksonville Transportation Authority CEO Nat Ford about the future of the Skyway, updates for the First Coast Flyer rapid bus transit system, and other transportation issues affecting the First Coast.

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1,500 needy Jacksonville families will enjoy turkey and all the fixin's this Thanksgiving, thanks to the Salvation Army.

But, unlike past years, recipients had to show they have a job and a place to live in order to qualify for the assistance.

Paul Stasi, Social Services Director for the Salvation Army of Northeast Florida, said the charity also raised the earning cap this year to 150% of the federal poverty level. For a family of four that is a little more than $35,000.

“What we want to do is focus on individuals who are considered the working poor," he said.