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The founding principle of The Salvation Army has always been to meet the greatest need head on and hand-to-hand. In 1865, founder William Booth's approach helped earn the phrase of "Soup Soap & Salvation" and the major food services and programs seen today are birthed from these roots of our mission.
The Salvation Army Heartland Division aims to cure local hunger through a variety of initiatives that all operate on the same idea that William Booth declared over 100 years ago:
"You cannot warm the hearts of people with God’s love if they have an empty stomach"
The Salvation Army offers fresh and satisfying food through the various forms of food pantry services. Local communities across the Heartland Division have the opportunity to receive support though food boxes, walk-n-shop pantries, drive thru pantries, community food tables and many other creative services that meet the immediate needs of those who are hungry or supplement those suddenly facing food insecurity.
Many of these services are supported by the generosity of local donations and food drives. These forms of support often create a surplus of food that supply pop up events and food giveaways. Make sure to follow your local Salvation Army online to see these opportunities.
Find your local Salvation Army using the map below and contact them today to learn about this service
The breadth of The Salvation Army's staff and volunteers allow unique meal programs to be hosted across the Heartland Division for those in need.
Lunches, dinners and many meals in between are all provided through coordinated opportunities for local community members to benefit from. Programs have been adapted and reorganized, but those who are hungry can always find a meal from their local Salvation Army programming.
Find your local Salvation Army using the map below and contact them today to learn more about this service.