If You Have Hope To Spare, Share it

Apr 15, 2020



Though The Salvation Army is committed to meeting need wherever it exists, COVID-19 will greatly increase the number of service requests we receive for months – if not years – to come. Your support is absolutely vital to help ensure that our services are available, and no one is turned away. 

For those individuals who will receive stimulus checks from the federal government, The Salvation Army’s sincere hope is that those checks will help you meet the needs of yourself and your family. But if you are in a position to share what remains with those who are less fortunate, monetary donations are the most effective way to assist those in need, and all donations stay in their local communities.

Now, more than ever, we need your help to ensure food security, safe shelter, and emotional and spiritual support for those in need in your community.

There are multiple ways to give (even if you’re stuck at home!) and we want to help you figure out the way that works best for you.

  • Give a cash gift: If you have hope to spare, share it. Use your stimulus check to help yourself, your loved ones, and maybe even your neighbors.
  • Host a Virtual Food Drive: Thanks to our partnerships, every dollar you raise can support up to 3 meals for an individual! Start a fundraiser now!
  • Join the many people who have included us in their legal will: You can support The Salvation Army forever without paying a cent today using this free will-writing tool. It’s an easy way to protect the people and causes you care about the most, and help meet human need without discrimination. You can also use this tool to help get your affairs in order before speaking with an attorney.

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