Programs that Help
The Salvation Army is the single largest provider of social services of its kind in the United States. It arrived in Kansas and Missouri more than 125 years ago to feed the hungry, clothe the poor and bring hope to the dispirited.
Today, The Salvation Army helps more than 294,400 Kansans and Missourians, who have nowhere else to turn for help, providing nearly 536,100 meals, more than 1153,200 nights of shelter and a wide range of other critical services for the less fortunate each year. It features a complex network of programs serving people of every age.
Provides services to families on an emergency basis.
Helping families when they need it the most.
The heart of The Army is found in its spiritual ministry.
Gift of Warmth is designed to help Kansas families needing assistance in paying their winter heating bills.
Assist low-income veterans and their families in obtaining and maintaining permanent stable housing.
Designed to be a high-impact approach to assistance by focusing on finding the root causes keeping families from becoming self-sufficient.
Monthly programs for senior citizens at Corps Community Centers.
The Salvation Army is often the first to respond when disaster strikes and the last to leave.
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