Our Programs

Serving Mecklenburg and Union Counties since 1904

Every day in Mecklenburg and Union counties, The Salvation Army provides hope, care, comfort, guidance, and encouragement to people in need. Whether it is caring for women and children in the Center of Hope homeless shelter, guiding at-risk youth in our Boys & Girls Clubs, providing dignity to low income seniors living in our Booth Garden apartments, helping chemically addicted men and women stand up to their addictions, or offering comfort as we help victims rebuild their lives in times of disaster—we are there. The Salvation Army is in our community Doing the Most Good 365 days a year.

Homeless Services - Center of Hope

We help single women and women with families with their immediate need of shelter, food, and social services and help them leave the crisis of homelessness and enter permanent, affordable housing through…

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Adult Rehabilitation Center

When you donate clothing or household goods to a Salvation Army Family (Thrift) Store, you are making an important contribution to The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC).

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Disaster

The disaster relief teams bring together Salvation Army officers, staff, and volunteers who provide food, shelter, clothing, and spiritual comfort to first responders and victims of disasters in Charlotte…

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Camp Walter Johnson

Continuing a long-standing Salvation Army service, and a long history of Salvation Army camping in the Carolinas, Camp Walter Johnson was opened in Denton, NC in 1974. Each summer, youth from many Salvation…

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Worship

Charlotte is home to two Salvation Army Worship Centers (known as corps), Temple Corps and Belmont Avenue Corps. These churches are at the center of the Army Ministry.

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Booth Gardens

Located in Charlotte’s Historic Fourth Ward, The Salvation Army Booth Garden Apartments senior living community offers low-income seniors and disabled individuals a safe, affordable place to live where…

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Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs

Children are our future and for too many of them, that future is dark. Since 1934 The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Clubs have brought light to Mecklenburg and Union county youth.

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Project Fight

Project FIGHT provides comprehensive case management for victims of human trafficking found in North Carolina.

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Christmas Assistance Programs

For many, the ringing of bells and the clatter of change in The Salvation Army's now-iconic red kettles signal the start of the Christmas season. Together with the Charlotte community, The Salvation Army…

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