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
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Salvation Army provides food and kid-friendly supplies

As the coronavirus spreads in Virginia, the Salvation Army is helping kids battle  cabin fever and providing safe access to food and commodities. The Salvation Army is delivering “boxes of fun” to treat children who are stuck at home. Each box contains art supplies, board games, activity sheets, candy and children’s devotions. Volunteers will build […]

The Salvation Army makes adjustments to procedures as they continue to serve

The Salvation Army of Greater Lynchburg is remaining committed to its mission of serving the homeless and those in need amid the Coronavirus pandemic. In order to be considerate of local, state and national guidelines, they have made the following changes in their procedures for The Center of Hope beginning today: -Anyone needing assistance with […]

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.