THE SALVATION ARMY WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
Raising Public Awareness
The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary is the local expression of a world-wide movement that seeks spiritual redemption and social rehabilitation of those it serves. We function as a fundraising and volunteer service group and have many projects and programs that satisfy an eagerness to volunteer.
The purpose of the auxiliary is to raise public awareness of The Salvation Army, to facilitate services to the needy and to strengthen the financial base of the local Salvation Army. Membership is by invitation.
The Salvation Army Women’s Auxiliary of Greenville is the only auxiliary in the state of South Carolina. We are thrilled to be the first auxiliary formed in our state! As we charter our auxiliary, we are excited about the possibilities of serving in the Greenville community. Women of influence in many communities are part of this worldwide organization. Auxiliary members lend their support to every area of Salvation Army ministry. Auxiliaries across the country have unprecedented notoriety and have achieved great things in support of The Salvation Army. We are excited to lead the way in South Carolina!
The ladies of the auxiliary have a good time, work hard and live by the mission of “Doing the Most Good.” We understand that it can be difficult to fit another activity into your schedule, but your level of involvement can be adjusted to your availability. If you are interested in joining SAWA, please fill out this form.
The Women's Auxiliary Mission Statement
The Women’s Auxiliary functions as a fundraising and volunteer service group that seeks to support The Salvation Army in its mission of spiritual redemption and social rehabilitation of those it serves.
Statement of Purpose
To promote and support the work of The Salvation Army and to strengthen the hands of those who have dedicated their lives to its cause.
Connect with Us
By mail at: The Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary | PO Box 1237 Greenville, SC, 29602
Salvation Army Officer Representative: Major Amy Kelly | Women's Auxiliary Coordinator: Amanda Link