The Salvation Army offers programs that serve those living in the community with the most need.
These programs do not discriminate age, gender or race but focus on helping those who truly require assistance.
The Salvation Army brings hope and life-long change to many by fostering a closer relationship with God through Jesus Christ.
The Salvation Army serves a nutritious meal to the homeless and the hungry seven days a week.
We provide relief to those in need whenever a disaster strikes.
The Emergency Assistance program is designed to prevent homelessness.
Helps those in need stay warm in the winter.
Christmas is one of the busiest times for the Salvation Army. Learn more about our many programs.
Donate and shop at our local Family Store.
Children living in poverty have the enriching experience of attending a Summer Day Camp at The Salvation Army of the Midlands June 1-27 and The Salvation Army's Camp Walter Johnson in Denton, NC June 27 - July 2.
The Clothes for Kids program provides children with the clothes and supplies they need to start the school year with confidence.
Leveraging Literacy is an afternoon reading program offered at no cost to students in 1-5 grades who have fallen behind in their reading skills.
Monthly lunch, special programs and fellowhip opportunities