There are many ways you can make a difference.
The Salvation Army has several ways you can help.

On behalf of all those served by The Salvation Army, we thank you.


The Salvation Army depends on the advisory board for fundraising assistance. 

Programs provided by The Salvation Army are primarily supported by voluntary contributions from interested donors. Public and selected government sources provide financial support for some programs and services. Supplementary fund-raising programs are initiated for disaster services, camp and summer programs, association memberships, and world services and self-denial.  Capital campaigns may be necessary, as needs dictate. Christmas brings about a special need to help those who are not able to provide their own gifts, clothing or food during this holiday season. Red kettles, bell ringers and Angel Trees have become a tradition around the country.

Gift annuities, charitable trusts and endowment funds provide operating income through planned-giving agreements, allowing people to perpetuate their concern for others. A steadily increasing number of people remember The Salvation Army in their wills. Gifts of stock, property and donations provided through the Internet allow The Salvation Army to help others throughout the year and around the world. Donors have come to know that The Salvation Army is one of the most efficient organizations in the United States at meeting the social-service needs of local communities.