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At The Salvation Army, we are dedicated to Doing the Most Good. We are made up of thousands of officers, soldiers, staff, volunteers, donors, and partners working together to holistically meet the physical, emotional, and spiritual needs of our most vulnerable neighbors. We do this through programs designed to combat homelessness and hunger, provide safe spaces for kids after school and on the weekends, achieve and maintain sobriety, and give hope to the hopeless. The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division provides these services to people in need throughout greater Chicagoland, Northern Illinois, and Northwest Indiana. The Salvation Army in Aurora, Illinois, is a part of the Metropolitan Division, and provides a variety of services to people in need in our community.
The Salvation Army is a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible as allowed by U.S. law.
What We Do & How We Help
People often ask why The Salvation Army offers so many different services and programs. The programs and services differ in order to meet the unique needs of the people in the communities we serve. We take a holistic approach to Doing the Most Good where there is the most need without discrimination, whether it be disaster relief, emergency assistance, substance abuse rehabilitation, or educational programs for children.
You can discover the global legacy of The Salvation Army at story.salvationarmy.org.
If you find yourself in need — whether that need be practical, recreational, spiritual or emotional — we hope you will seek our assistance.
The Salvation Army Aurora Corps Community Center
550 Redwood Drive
Aurora, IL 60506
Phone: (630) 897-7265 | Fax: (630) 897-7304
With a presence in nearly every zip code in America, there is a local Salvation Army near you. There are 28 Corps Community Centers within The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division. To find The Salvation Army in your community, type in your zip code in our location search tool here.
For information on The Salvation Army's work in other parts of the United States, visit our National website. And visit The Salvation Army International website to learn how we're Doing The Most Good around the world every day.
The Salvation Army is led by officers – ordained ministers – who supervise the many programs and services provided in your area. They also serve as administrators, counselors and youth leaders.
Captain Joaquin Rangel
Captain Gabriela Rangel
Resource Development Director
Katie Heinz Pfingsten, Divisional Public Relations Manager
Office: 773-205-3531 | Mobile: 872-223-7951
Jacqueline Rachev, Divisional Director of Communications
Office: 773-205-3508 | Mobile: 773-551-9069
For assistance, please call 630-897-7265.
If additional assistance is needed, The Salvation Army Metropolitan Division's Social Services Department can be reached Monday - Friday from 9am - 4pm through their online contact form. Messages received during the weekend will be returned on the first business day. You can also search for services in your community.