Listen to the April 2020 Town Hall Conference Call
On April 23rd 2020, Commissioner William A. Bamford, our Territorial Commander, and others shared exclusive updates on The Salvation Army’s Eastern Territorial response to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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The Salvation Army is supporting the families and individuals who are most vulnerable to COVID-19
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Over 6,678,542 Meals Provided
across the state of New Jersey, including bagged to-go style meals, hot meals and groceries to our most vulnerable populations.
Over 58,346 Nights of Safe Shelter Provided
to individuals and families across the state of New Jersey.
64,370 Fulfilled Requests for Basic and Emergency Care
Locally and nationally, The Salvation Army has a prayer army that helps us uplift all through direct contact and a toll free national hotline at:
1 (844) 458-HOPE (4673)
The Salvation Army Remains Jersey Strong
The Salvation Army of New Jersey is committed to meeting the needs of our community during the Coronavirus pandemic. As a leader in the fight against poverty, we are keenly aware of our responsibilities to provide help and hope to those who are most vulnerable. Ensuring the safety of those who depend on The Salvation Army’s programs and services, along with the safety of our volunteers and staff, is of the utmost priority. We are currently working closely with the New Jersey Department of Emergency Management and other government and nonprofit agencies to ensure that our services remain available. The Salvation Army will remain Jersey Strong and continue to meet the needs of our communities for years to come.
Commissioner David Hudson
Read how The Salvation Army is combating COVID-19 at a national level.
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