Programs that Help

Since it's earliest beginnings, The Salvation Army has been about helping those in need. In those days, founder William Booth provided help to homeless and addicted men in London, England and later began to innovate new and exciting means by which these very men could become rehabilitated, receive spiritual help, and in turn pass along this assistance to another in need.

Today, this tradition continues to be at the heart of The Salvation Army's work. There are thousands of assitance programs operating in the United States alone ranging from youth development programs to Adult Rehabilitiation services, from Seniors homes to Family (Thrift) stores, from Worship centers to Emergency and Disaster Relief.

Listed on these pages are some of the ways we serve our Greensboro community. Please check with your local unit for more information on how The Salvation Army is assisting your community.

Crisis Assistance

Housing Counseling, Food or Referral, Clothing Voucher

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Make Christmas Bright

The miracle of Christmas is repeated over and over again through the joy of caring and sharing. The traditional red kettle is an integral part of the Christmas scene, with millions of dollars donated each…

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Christmas Assistance

Families who need help providing Christmas to their children (12 years or younger) can learn how to register them here.

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Center of Hope

When men, women and children have nowhere else to go, they can count on The Salvation Army Center of Hope. Located at 1311 S. Eugene Street. The Salvation Army is a leader in providing individuals…

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