Salvation Army 2011 Annual Report released
The Salvation Army’s 2011 Online Annual Report is now available, themed “A Time for Every Purpose,” detailing service to 30 million Americans in 2010.
The recession has created a higher demand for food services and a decline in charitable donations that resulted in food shortages, yet the Army served 64 million meals in 2010.
Here are some additional numbers:
5: The number of completed and opened Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers this last year; there are now 17 completed centers throughout the country.
7,675: The number of operating Salvation Army units nationwide.
$1.82 billion: Total public support—an increase from $1.66 billion in 2009.
$3.24 billion: The amount the Army spent serving people—an increase from $3.12 billion in 2009.
82 cents: …of every dollar spent went toward Salvation Army program services.
In addition, the report includes examples of The Salvation Army’s expanded efforts in the fight against human trafficking.
Read the annual report at annualreport.salvationarmyusa.org.