Salvation Army

Photo courtesy of The Salvation Army

Distributing food and water in three locations in the Golden Triangle, The Salvation Army served more than 1,800 families Tuesday, Sept. 5. This is in addition to the more than 5,000 meals served through its mobile kitchens working throughout the Golden Triangle.

With additional supplies scheduled to arrive Wednesday morning, a second day of distribution is scheduled for the afternoon. Starting at 1 p.m., The Salvation Army will provide boxes of food pre-packed to feed a family for several days, as well as cases of bottled water.

Distribution locations:


The local Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club gave over 125 bikes to elementary children Dec. 15.

Lauren Pope, Salvation Army regional resource development director; Sandra Bourn
Mother and daughter place a donation in the kettle outside Dillard’s at Parkdale

The Salvation Army kicked off the 114th Red Kettle Campaign at Parkdale Mall on Friday, Nov. 18.


The Salvation Army is calling for volunteer bell ringers in the Southeast Texas area.

Their announcement reads, "Ring a bell, help change a life."

The 2016 Red Kettle Campaign will be Nov. 18 to Dec. 24. Any companies or social, civic or church groups interested in volunteering should call 512-971-3901 or email sborne705 [at] outlook [dot] com.


Every year, Community Christian School students take one week out of the school year to perform community service around the Golden Triangle. CCS’s junior high volunteered at the Salvation Army, Stable Spirit, the Sharing Station and Little White Crosses.


Thursday, Aug. 23, The Salvation Army Boys & Girls of Beaumont will host its first annual Hope For Tomorrow Luncheon and Style Show at the Garden Center at Beaumont Botanical Gardens in Tyrrell Park. The community is invited to this event for an afternoon of food, fashion, fellowship and fundraising.