• We Serve Those Who Have Served Our Country

    Today, The Salvation Army serves hundreds of thousands of veterans in need every year—providing comfort, support, counseling, shelter, and more.

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  • We Serve Those Who Have Served Our Country

    Today, The Salvation Army serves hundreds of thousands of veterans in need every year—providing comfort, support, counseling, shelter, and more.

    Donate Now

Veterans make up 8% of the homeless population in the U.S.

Homelessness, PTSD, self-medication, and addiction have caused many of those who gave everything to lose everything.


The Salvation Army Serves Hundreds
of Thousands of Veterans Through:

Nursing Homes

We visit and love our seniors in local nursing homes on a regular basis. During the holidays we give Christmas gifts and prayers.

Veterans

Veterans often find themselves battling loneliness and depression years after returning home. The Salvation Army is committed to standing beside those who stood up for us by offering a variety of veteran services to meet their needs. Visiting the VA and sharing a donut and companionship, we’re always ready to come to their aid.

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Our veterans are still fighting battles

At least 20% of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans suffer from PTSD and/or depression.

A $25 donation helps provide one veteran a week of counseling at The Salvation Army.

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Community Care Program

The Salvation Army provides hope to those who need it the most by serving seniors and veterans locally.

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We have made it our mission to serve veterans who’ve served us.

It all began with doughnuts and coffee for soldiers during World War I, and it only grew from there. Today, The Salvation Army offers a range of veteran services, providing comfort, support, counseling, and a home to thousands of veterans in need each year. We express gratitude for our country’s bravest men and women by offering a hand and our hearts to those struggling to find their way after coming back home.