The Salvation Army ramps up service
The Salvation Army continues to provide traditional social services to those we serve, including food and shelter.
As families and individuals are quarantined, we are preparing week-long food boxes so they don’t have to leave their home. As hard workers lose their jobs and sources of income, we can help them pay their utility or rent bills.
Community members are welcome to stop by any of The Salvation Army’s six Corps Community Centers in Denver to receive a food box from 10am-3pm Monday – Friday. The Salvation Army is practicing social distancing and offers no-contact when receiving the box. To get additional help or learn more about the options, the public can call 855-768-7977.
The Salvation Army will continue to keep our doors open to help our community. Our housing and shelter programs will remain open. In line with our mission and brand promise of Doing the Most Good, the health and wellbeing of those we serve and our staff are our highest priorities. As the threat of infection approaches our clients, we are taking extra measures to sanitize and make our facilities safe.
“During times of need, The Salvation Army is here to serve our neighbors,” says Major Mike Dickinson, The Salvation Army Intermountain Divisional Commander. “If you need help, please contact us. We’re here for you.”
Individuals we serve daily will feel the impacts of this crisis on a greater level. The Salvation Army is in desperate need of food and financial assistance to be able to provide these vulnerable populations with adequate support throughout this pandemic. Learn more and give at salarmy.us/IMcovidinfo.
If you or someone you know is experiencing difficulty during this time and needs help with food, rent or utility assistance, please contact your local Salvation Army, call our Connection Center at 855-768-7977 or learn more at salarmy.us/IMcovidinfo.