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We fight poverty with love

By providing programs that serve the body, mind and soul, The Salvation Army helps alleviate the symptoms of poverty - and works to address the root issues that cause it.

How You can Help

 

We are currently updating our Website to provide you with the most updated information about how The Salvation Army is Making a Difference with your help.

Please call Kelle Larned our Program Director at (563) 324-4808 or email her at Kelle_Larned@usc.salvationarmy.org to get answers to your questions, donate or volunteer to help others.

The Programs that create real change for those in need across The Quad Cities

 

  • Pathway of Hope - The Salvation Army has seen tremendous success bringing families out of generational poverty through our Pathway of Hope program. Alongside a dedicated case manager, families enrolled will plan and set goals, get connected to both internal and external resources, and ultimately learn how to support themselves out of poverty and into a new chapter of hope. 

 

  • Homeless Assistance & Prevention - We make it our mission to meet the person behind the issue and treat the causes of homelessness and give sustainable change. This is made possible through our different approaches to treating root causes. From emergency housing & shelter to bill assistance on the way to reliable housing, The Salvation Army meets our homeless community in every way.

 

  • Food Assistance Services - Feeding the hungry in our community is a large part of preventing poverty. Through our many food programs, we are able to bring warm meals and genuine connection to those in need every day. This can become the impact that takes someone out of poverty.

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