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The Salvation Army ensures kids are equipped with the tools they need to succeed, which starts by meeting their basic needs.
But, providing a safe place to play and a warm bed to sleep in for youth is just the start. We take a holistic approach by providing programs with life-long impact such as character-building programs, summer camp opportunities, sports activities, music education, The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Centers, after-school tutoring, mentorship and more. At the core of all that we do for youth, fighting for them is synonymous with sharing God's love and grace.
A fun-filled program allows campers to participate in group activities that encourage individual physical, emotional and spiritual growth. The programs at Camp Tecumseh help campers from varying backgrounds grow to responsible maturity through application of Christian principles.
We work to provide music and arts programs that many schools can no longer afford. From choirs to instrument training, poetry to painting, drama to dance, after-school lessons and activities help introduce children to the beauties of the fine arts.
At The Salvation Army, we provide one-on-one teaching assistance to help kids of all ages with school work, study guidance and literacy advancement. We open our doors to anyone in need and never discriminate based on gender, ethnicity, or socioeconomic level.
Through a variety of no-fee and low cost after-school programs, we provide safe ways for kids to to make friends and participate in activities they couldn't otherwise afford.
The Army's Newark Ironbound Boys & Girls Club & Senior Center conducts a soccer league involving more than 1000 young people.
Infant/Toddler childcare programs are offered by The Salvation Army's Morristown and Jersey City Corps. Please contact the facilities listed below directly for more information.
Pre-School childcare programs serving children aged 3-5 years are offered by The Salvation Army's Morristown and Jersey City Corps. Please contact the facilities listed below directly for more information.
School-Age programs serving children aged 6 -12 years are offered by The Salvation Army's New Brunswick, Newark Westside and Dover Corps. Please contact the facilities below directly for more information.
Mission: Literacy is a multi-cultural, scripture-based literacy curriculum that has been developed by the American Bible Society in conjunction with the Bank Street College of Education. The program has been designed to equip children and adults with necessary literacy tools as well as character-building scriptures for daily living.
Its target audience is individuals struggling at a first through third grade reading level. It is implemented in the economically and academically at-risk communities in which The Salvation Army serves.
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