Our Mission: To Meet Human Need in His Name Without Discrimination

The compassion that drove William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army, still drives us today. In John 13:35 Jesus says, “By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” That love sometimes takes the form of giving food to a hungry family or providing shelter to the homeless. Sometimes it means visiting a lonely resident in a nursing home. Other times it means sharing the hope which is only found in Jesus Christ. Wherever there is human need in the counties we serve, we will do our best to meet it.

Local donations, contributions, and our community partners allow us to offer effective programs such as our emergency shelter and feeding program, our youth and senior programs, and a utility assistance program.

Become a part of The Salvation Army. Together, we can make a difference.


Click the link below to learn about the rich history of The Salvation Army:

History of The Salvation Army

History of the Red Kettle