The Salvation Army is on the frontline of the war against poverty every day. It is donors, volunteers, board members and partners, who make the work possible. You are the people who bring hope to every meal served, every coat given, and every prayer offered.
Your donations stay in the community in which they are received to help us serve those most in need.
Give by Check
The assurance of ongoing revenue from recurring gifts empowers The Salvation Army to expand our services further and faster through
Army of Hope.
Become a Fundraiser
Create your own fundraiser to support a cause that's important to you, and provide hope to those in need in your community.
Your donations to Salvation Army family stores help fund rehabilitation programs that heal addictions, change lives and restore families.
Donate Your Vehicle
Help put someone on the road to recovery
with the gift of your vehicle donation.
Corporate partners are essential in caring for our most vulnerable neighbors. In addition to supporting a highly respected social services organization, partnerships provide meaningful volunteer opportunities for employees and chances to make a difference in the communities you work. Corporations can join the fight for good through a financial gift or event sponsorship, or by volunteering.
Create a Partnership
Serve on an Advisory Board
Donate your time and experience to a local Salvation Army Community Center or Divisional Headquarters to help
Find a local advisory board
The Salvation Army pave the way to a brighter future.
How We Use Your Gifts
We want you to feel confident that we are making the best use of the resources you've given to The Salvation Army.
We pride ourselves on minimizing costs to maintain a high-percentage of donations that directly flow into programs - 90 cents per dollar
(national average for The Salvation Army is 82 cents per dollar).
When you designate your donation to a disaster through The Salvation Army, 100% of your gift will be used in support of those disaster relief efforts.
Our annual report shows how we've been good stewards of the resources given to us by members of the public.
We hope that our actions speak even louder than these words: every gift is precious to us.