Helping Those Most Affected

The Salvation Army of the Midlands is caring for the most vulnerable during Coronavirus COVID-19. Read more about our response efforts and our strive to meet needs in our communities.

Food Lion Feeds' COVID-19 Hunger Relief Fund Awards $415 to Salvation Army

Food Lion Feeds' COVID-19 Hunger Relief Fund awarded $415 to Salvation Army of the Midlands! Food Lion is supporting community organizations that are providing relief to those most impacted by COVID-19. The Relief Fund which is administered by Harvest Hope Food Bank is also helping feed those at risk of going hungry during this unprecedented time.

Funds from this grant will be used for the…

Wells Fargo Provides $10,000 Grant Funding for Salvation Army

Wells Fargo provided a $10,000 grant to fund The Salvation Army COVID-19 Relief Programs. Funding will support impoverished families/individuals financially impacted by Covid-19 in the Midlands. Funding will be used to assist families/individuals with rent, utilities, food, personal cleaning & sanitizing supplies, and hotel costs.

The NORD Family Foundation contributes $50,000 to Feeding Program 2020

Thanks to The NORD Family Foundation for contributing $50,000 to enable us to continue our Feeding Program in 2020 serving people experiencing homelessness in Columbia. The Salvation Army provides the meals, supplies, staffing, management, and resources for serving three nutritious meals a day for the residents of Transitions. There are approximately 170 meals served three times…


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Columbia, SC (WLTX) -- As COVID-19 continues, The Salvation Army of the Midlands is helping the most vulnerable.

It's a new Sunday tradition that feeds thousands in our community who need it most.


WACH FOX partners with The Salvation Army to help families

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COLUMBIA, S.C. (WACH) – As the coronavirus continues to affect lives in the Midlands, organizations like the Salvation…

COVID-19 Response

The Salvation Army is caring for the people who are most vulnerable to Coronavirus Covid-19

Publix Super Markets Charities donates $7,500 to support Feeding Program

As part of Publix Super Markets Charities’ ongoing support of hunger relief efforts and in recognition of September being Hunger Action Month, Publix Charities announced it will donate $5 million to Feeding America member food banks, schools and other nonprofit organizations across the Southeast. The Salvation Army of the Midlands received $7,500 to support…

Cheerful Giver donates $10,000 to Salvation Army

The Salvation Army of the Midlands was one of 47 nonprofits selected to receive $10,000 in August. Representatives from the 47 nonprofits were invited to the Central Carolina Community Foundation.

CCCF President & CEO JoAnn Turnquist announced to the group that each had been awarded $10,000 from the Cheerful Giver Fund. The Cheerful Giver is…

AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Employees donate $1,835!

AgFirst Farm Credit Bank Employees made contributions during the month of June in order to wear jeans on Friday. The donations totaled $1,835 and The Salvation Army of the Midlands was chosen to receive the proceeds. Thank you friends at AgFirst Farm Credit Bank!

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