Salvation Army providing relief to communities in crisis
A message from Territorial Commander Commissioner Kenneth G. Hodder:
Our communities are in crisis and we here at The Salvation Army are doing all we can to provide relief to families who are experiencing financial hardship, relief to the homeless who have no safe place to isolate. We’re providing child care and resources to health care workers. We’re providing no-contact meals and food boxes to isolated seniors and high-risk individuals and we are working with local governments and other nonprofits to fill in wherever we are needed most.
We are dedicated to helping as many people as we possibly can because these are unprecedented times, but we can only do this with your help. If you would like to make a $10 donation right now please text ‘GIVE’ to 52000. This will automatically add a one-time donation to your next mobile phone bill or you can visit us at the website shown below. Thank you for doing what you can from where you are. We will get through this together. Why? Because hope is greater than fear. God bless you.
HOW TO HELP:
- If you’d like to make a monetary donation, please click here to make a gift.
- Text ‘GIVE’ to 52000 to make a $10 donation to The Salvation Army. This will automatically add a one-time donation to your next mobile phone bill.
- For information about volunteering, please visit volunteer.usawest.org.
- To learn more about how to support The Salvation Army’s relief efforts, please click here.