Bruno Mars donation enables Salvation Army to serve an additional 24,000 people. The Salvation Army in Hawaii will provide approximately 5,000 Thanksgiving holiday meals through annual events at locations statewide from Hanapepe to Honoka‘a, including the 48th annual Thanksgiving Meal at

The Salvation Army is providing thousands of meals to those impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu. Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) in the Western Territory provided continuous relief in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu. The storm, which struck the Northern

Territorial leaders travel to the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and Guam. Territorial Leaders Commissioners Kenneth G. and Jolene K. Hodder traveled to the Central Pacific Ocean—the Marshall Islands, Federated States of Micronesia and Guam—Oct. 25–Nov. 5, continuing their “lightning”

After Super Typhoon Yutu struck in the western Pacific Ocean on Oct. 24, The Salvation Army Guam Corps resumed operations and began coordinating with businesses and individuals to bring relief to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, especially Tinian

As Hawaii continues to experience the impact of Tropical Storm Lane, The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) has been asked to serve as the lead agency for the Hawaii Mass Care Feeding Task Force, coordinating emergency feeding throughout the

Echelon Hawaii’s school support project builds relationship with students. By Karen Gleason - Echelon Hawaii kicked off the 2018–2019 school season by reaching out to three schools in the Honolulu area—LikeLike Elementary, Kauluwela Elementary, and Waialua Elementary— to ensure their third graders

Young Men’s Self-Sufficiency Program makes a difference. A new Salvation Army program in the Marshall Islands is making a difference in the lives of young men, their families and the community. Launched in October 2017, the Young Men’s Self-Sufficiency Program aims

Roughly 600 homes have been destroyed by the Puna lava flow. The Salvation Army is now partnering with Hawaii Community College to provide meals to residents displaced by the Puna lava flow and Kilauea volcanic eruption. Hawaii CC’s Culinary Arts program

The Kilauea volcano emergency continues to carry on, with no real end in sight. By Kristin Marguerite Doidge - It can be hard to make plans to serve the public when what’s guiding you is an erratic volcano with frequent explosions. “It sounds