The Salvation Army Southern Nevada leadership, staff and volunteers distributed 4,000 pandemic kits yesterday to homeless people who utilize the Salvation Army’s Owens Campus.
For birthday, Mary Ann Racheau made a fabric face mask in a ‘happy birthday’ print. It was one of about 500 masks she has made in the past few weeks.
When 7-year-old Braden Hahn learned that his neighbors were all staying home, he asked his mom what he could do to help.
Las Vegas Area Council of the Boy Scouts kick off food drive to support Salvation Army.
When a Henderson mom heard that friends in Arizona were creating cards to send to hospital workers, she was inspired to do the same.
Project Marilyn continues to serve women in need and Inspirada residential community starts a flower planting project.
Iman Haggag, the owner of the Egyptian restaurant Pots, started providing 50 free meals a day to anyone in the valley who is hungry.
When Carrie Carter Cooper realized the tremendous need for face masks in Las Vegas, she determined that the resources she had through the Las Vegas Fashion Council could make a difference.
Two children in the Las Vegas Valley got birthday surprises with an assist from the City of Henderson’s police and fire departments.
UnCommons and Burke Construction Group are delivering free meals to health care workers over the next two weeks.