The Salvation Army is Doing the Most Good to meet the basic needs of all who come seeking help. Taking immediate care of the basic human needs of food, shelter, clothing and safety, assistance to pay utilities, and other necessities based on the need is an important first step in the development of a more positive and permanent change in the people we help. The Salvation Army is interested in more than temporary solutions. 


The Salvation Army has programs to support low-income households. Financial assistance is available to help pay rent, mortgage and utilities so individuals can remain in their homes. The program also provides assistance to avoid shut-off or restore electric services and other utilities like gas and water. The programs run year-round. In the hot summers or cold winters when utility bills are at their highest, The Salvation Army is there to help our community.


Clothing vouchers are available for local residents that have an emergency need. Our Social Services department provides clothing vouchers Monday through Friday.  These vouchers are redeemable at our Salvation Army Family Store on South Main Street. The Salvation Army’s Family Stores are loaded with new and gently used clothing and household items that are donated through the pick-up service and drop-off locations. The Family Stores offer products for men, women and children at a bargain price or free to our approved clients. 

Family Store Locations:

1501 South Main Street                       2100 North Main Street

High Point, NC 27260                          High Point, NC 27260

Phone: (336) 881-5422                          Phone: (336) 881-5441


The Salvation Army Food Pantry helps supplement a client’s current food supply. Personal hygiene items, paper products, and household cleaning supplies (diapers, toilet paper, etc.) are sometimes available. Food bags contain non-perishable food items and are made in single, double, and family sizes.

How Our Food Pantry Works:

High Point residents in need of food can receive assistance at 301 West Green Drive on the following days:

Monday            8:30am-11:30am & 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Tuesday            8:30am-11:30am

Wednesday       8:30am-11:30am & 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Thursday          8:30am-11:30am

Keeping the Pantry shelves stocked: The pantry receives food donations from a variety of sources, including food drives such as annual Triad Holiday Food Drive, Holiday Concerts, United Way CANpaign, community donations, and also from local organizations and corporations who conduct food drives on our behalf.

If you are interested in hosting a food drive at work, school, or through an organization, please contact us as we can assist you. To volunteer, make donations, or for additional information give us a call at 336-881-5400.


The mobile food pantry visits low-income apartment complexes in High Point and delivers bags/boxes of groceries to families in need on a weekly basis. Currently, we serve 12 apartment communities in High Point on a monthly basis.

Tuesday            3:00pm - 4:30pm

Thursday          3:00pm - 4:30pm


For more information on our Social Services Programs, please call our information line at 336-881-5400.






We are a member of The Community Resource Network (CRN), which consists of eight emergency assistance agencies in Greater High Point that work together to assist with food, utility bills, rent payments, and other immediate needs to provide stabilization for individuals in our community who are living in crisis due to job loss, medical issues, and other financial situations. The other partner agencies include:


  • Helping Hands Ministry
  • Hope Outreach Church
  • Macedonia Family Resource Center
  • Open Door Ministries
  • Sincerely Agape
  • West End Ministries
  • Ward Street Community Resources