The Salvation Army is the single largest provider of social services of its kind in the United States.


It arrived in Wichita in 1886 to feed the hungry, clothe the poor and bring hope to the dispirited. Today, The Salvation Army in Kansas and Western Missouri helps more than 287,500 of our neighbors who have nowhere else to turn for help. Annually we provide nearly one million meals, more than 163,500 nights of shelter and a wide range of other critical services for the less fortunate each year. The Salvation Army features a complex network of programs serving people of every age.

Disaster Services

Social Services

Veterans Services

Foster Care/Adoption

The Salvation Army is often the first to respond when disaster strikes and the last to leave. Provides services to families
on an emergency basis.

Assist low-income veterans and their families in obtaining and maintaining permanent stable housing.

Every child deserves a safe, loving, and caring home. The Salvation Army Wichita Foster Care program helps connect children with safe, loving, and caring licensed, sponsored families.


Hiawatha Camp
& Retreat Center




Pathway of Hope


of Hope

Offering summer camp, Retreat Center, Adventure Program, a new seasonal Aquatic Center and much, much more.

Operating an emergency shelter for families and single women without resources. We help stabilize the family and work to end the homeless situation.

Have a youth under 18?
We have support, sense of community, programs and
spiritual guidance.
Helping transform our life at a time. Lives have been changed because of financial support and prayers.