The Salvation Army’s doors are open during these uncertain times because the vulnerable people in our community need us — and you — to get them through.

How We’re Keeping Things Safe

We’ve asked our Local Corps and Service Centers to Practice Preventative Actions to Mitigate the Spread of the Disease

  • · Increase the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting of services.
  • · Plan for a room in which individuals who are ill can be kept separate.
  • · Follow local Health Department instructions.
  • · Postpone and reschedule in-person programs.
  • · Work with local authorities in the communities we serve

Local Restaurants Go Drive Through at Suffolk Salvation Army

In partnership with the Love Local, Buy Suffolk Initiative, The Salvation Army Suffolk turns into a drive through restaurant each Tuesday or Thursday afternoon. From steaks to sushi, Suffolk restaurants provide close to 100 meals each day for residents impacted by self-quarantines and food shortages brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic. In addition to providing […]

Alleghany County’s M3 Militia deliver food to shut-ins

“It started with one phone call, one list, one deputy,” said Corey Clark of the M3 Militia. “And it turned into a real heartfelt need for us to be able to do this.” When Alleghany County’s M3 Militia formed, they were prepared to help. “One of our core ideas was to be able to provide […]

Your Help is Needed

The demand for our services is growing. Because our doors and hearts are open, we are serving and loving these people. We urgently need your help. A donation now, of any amount, will help those struggling to deal with the effects of COVID-19 in your local community.