Community Announcements

Community Announcements

SALEM ANGELS

The Salem​ Angels mission is to walk alongside children in the foster care system, as well as their caretakers, by offering consistent support through intentional giving, relationship building, and mentorship through our Love Box and Dare to Dream programs. Learn how to get involved at www.salemangels.org.

INTENTIONAL GIVING:
The giving of thoughtful gifts and resources that meet the real needs of the child and their entire family.

RELATIONSHIP BUILDING:
Devoting time and energy to fostering healthy relationships that promote healing through connection.

MENTORSHIP:
Equipping and empowering the children in our programs to be prepared for adult living and to reach their fullest potential.

CROSSWALK SALEM

Founded in 2011, CrossWalk is held annually on the first Saturday of January. It is a non-competitive mile and a half walk or run at Salem’s Riverfront Park. Kids, strollers, and leashed pets are welcome. Hot chocolate, coffee and goodies await, even carousel rides and cupcakes!

We have only two rules: God gets all the glory, and every dime goes to the Marion County District Attorney’s Victim Assistance Division to help survivors of crime.  

Since inception, we’ve given over $150,000. The cost is $20 and kids under 13 are free. More info can be found at crosswalksalem.org for participants and sponsors or check us out on Facebook.

Join us this January! 

THE AMAZING RACE: SALEM FOR REFUGEES EDITION

You’re invited to The Amazing Race: Salem For Refugees Edition! This fundraising event on May 15 is a family-friendly scavenger hunt through central Salem. Create a team of up to 6 people from your family or COVID bubble and rally support from your friends and neighbors to raise awareness about our refugee neighbors!

Register your team HERE or email questions to: events@salemforrefugees.org. We’ll see you on May 15!

HUNSAKER DENTAL: FREE DENTAL WORK

ABUSE RECOVERY MINISTRY SERVICES

ARMS, Abuse Recovery Ministry Services has Her Journey groups for ladies (ages 14 and up) who wish to heal from abuse or are currently in abuse. Come and learn the true meaning of submission, what to do with your anger/sadness, how to set healthy boundaries, deal with loneliness, and much more. ARMS also has ManKind groups for men and Virtue for women who have chosen to use controlling behavior. Call 503.846.9284 or email info@abuserecovery.org for more information.

Find us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/abuserecovery