The Salvation Army of Southern Indiana Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
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A truck carrying 250 boxes of food and supplies arrived in Southern Indiana for distribution in Harrison, Crawford, and Washington Counties. Crawford county residents should call 812-739-2476 if you are in need of food. Washington County residents should call 812-883-4506. Harrison County residents should sign up for food which will be distributed on Thursday, April 30th, from 9AM - 12PM from The Salvation Army thrift store at 1345 Corydon Ramsey Road. All requests must be made by Friday April 24th. Huge thanks to Two Men and a Truck for bringing our food down for us! Update 4/27/2020: Registration for this distribution has closed.
We are continuing to be a major food supplier for people in need in Clark and Floyd Counties. Our requests for food have doubled since the same time last year. We are working hard to ensure that our pantry is stocked. We have launched an online food request form for Floyd County and we are doing food deliveries in both counties. We are accepting donations of food, pet food, and toiletry items.
The Salvation Army is doing everything we can to serve people across the state while Social Distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thanks to Walmart, we have created a registry to help our community during this COVID-19 Crisis.
All items purchased from this registry will be delivered directly to The Salvation Army New Albany Corps and distributed to those in need.
Click the link below to see how you can help without having to step outside!
The Salvation Army Southern Indiana is responding to the Covid-19 outbreak by working with local officials on food distribution. People in need of food can call our office (812-944-1018) and will apply for food all over the phone. Customer can then pick up the food from our office. Customers without transportation or who should not leave their home because of quarantine, Salvation Army personnel will deliver to their homes, leaving it on their doorstep.
The Salvation Army Southern Indiana is working closely with state and local agencies to address the COVID-19 outbreak. Across the country, trained Salvation Army Emergency Response staff are on standby to assist if requested.
Ensuring the safety of those who depend on The Salvation Army’s programs and services, along with the safety of staff and volunteers, is of utmost priority. We are closely tracking progress through the Center for Disease Control reporting and distributing prevention guidance to all staff, employees, volunteers, and program participants on proper hygiene and prevention.
The Salvation Army Indiana Division is currently preparing for the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, closely following guidelines issued from government officials.
The Salvation Army is providing emotional and spiritual care to individuals and families during this crisis to calm fears and provide a ministry of hope and encouragement.
We have closed all thrift stores and are not accepting donations.
We are minimizing public interaction regarding its food pantries and emergency assistance and all services are being provided through the phone and drive-thru service or home delivery if necessary. Food distribution is available in both Floyd and Clark counties.
The Salvation Army deeply cares for our all staff, employees, volunteers and program participants. We are distributing prevention guidance on proper hygiene and prevention.
The Salvation Army would like to remind everyone that the preventative measures put in place are to ensure everyone’s safety, health and well being.
The Salvation Army remains in communication with local officials and will work in close partnership to prepare and respond to meet the needs of communities across Indiana.
The Salvation Army has been serving Indiana since 1883 and will continue to do so in His name without discrimination.
For more information about COVID-19 and how to prevent it, visit the CDC website.
Click here to donate towards urgently needed items during the COVID-19 outbreak.