The Salvation Army offers assistance to those in need through a variety of outreach efforts both in and outside of The Salvation Army Kroc Center. Additionally, The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs, services and assistance both nationally and globally that you may qualify for.
Do you need help right away? Contact The Kroc Center at to receive more information on local assistance.
The Salvation Army Kroc Center works with other local area nonprofit agencies to help provide a variety of emergency assistance services to those in need.
We are working with our community partners to help meet some of the gaps in the following areas:
If you find yourself in crisis and in need of emergency assistance, contact us at.
You can come to the Kroc for a free, healthy meal each weekday from June 14 to August 13. Carryout meals will be served from 12 to 12:20 p.m. for children under the age of 18. Snacks will be distributed as well during this period, with adult meals also available without any registration required. Each week brings different themes and prizes for kids to win throughout the summer in conjunction with the meals. Week one kicks off with a nature activity and kit!
Check back for more info and weekly theme reveals!
It is important to us at The Salvation Army Kroc Center that everyone, no matter their income level or social status, be able to attend and benefit from the life-changing opportunities available at The Kroc.
Through our Kroc Member Scholarship Program, we offer help to individuals and families who would like to become a member but may need financial assistance.
The Salvation Army provides food boxes for families in need during the holidays, as well as toys for children a during the Christmas season.
If you would like to request or would like to provide assistance during Thanksgiving or Christmas holiday seasons by adopting a family, please callfor details.
Many Americans are familiar with The Salvation Army's thrift stores which fund our well-known drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. And our iconic red kettles have become a symbol of the Christmas season and the spirit of giving.
But in hundreds of communities across the Eastern United States, The Salvation Army also operates programs and services which are designed to meet human need in Christ's name, alleviate human suffering, and promote wholeness by addressing the spiritual, social, emotional, psychological and physical well-being of those served.