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
Salvation Army Petersburg Homeless Shelter

Effort underway to save Petersburg Salvation Army shelter

PETERSBURG, Va. – A grassroots effort is underway to save the Petersburg Salvation Army. The cost of operating the shelter doesn’t even come close to what the area Salvation Army takes in from donations, leadership said. So after, 20 years of operation, the Salvation Army has decided December 31 will be the men’s shelters last […]

Salvation Army Winchester kicks of Red Kettle

Winchester Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle Campaign

WINCHESTER — The Salvation Army of Winchester bell-ringers are back in action for the holiday season. The local nonprofit organization kicked off its annual Red Kettle Campaign on Thursday afternoon at the Apple Blossom Mall. Armed with a bell and a bucket, volunteers will spend the next month soliciting donations at numerous locations around Winchester, […]

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.