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For Many, The Salvation Army is a constant source of hope in a world of constant change. In the United States alone, over 29,955,364 individuals were served by The Salvation Army during the past year. 57,833,281 meals and 9,931,654 nights of lodging have been provided to those who needed assistance. Through the tireless efforts of Salvation Army officers, staff members, volunteers and supporters like you, The Army is able to serve in virtually every region in the nation and around the world.

To support the significant work of The Salvation Army, it is important to initiate multiple fundraising programs. Gifts may be in response to a remembrance of a kindness that The Army showed someone. Sometimes it's in response to a disaster and the donor wants to support the emergency needs at that time. Sometimes it's in the form of a memorial gift for a loved one or in memory of a special occasion. But every gift is appreciated and enables our Army to serve others.

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Credit card donations may be made through a secured form.
Your undesignated donation will be allocated to your local Salvation Army.

Matching Gifts

Many companies encourage philanthropic interest among their employees by offering a matching gifts program. Please contact your company's Human Resources department to determine if your employer matches gifts to The Salvation Army. This is an easy and effective way to double or even triple your contribution to The Salvation Army. For more information, please contact Lisa G. Cretella at (860) 702-0030 or

Check or Money Orders

Please make checks or money orders payable to
The Salvation Army, Southern New England Division
Mail To:
The Salvation Army, Southern New England Division
855 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105
Attn: Donations

Cash Donations

Cash donations must be made in person to The Salvation Army Headquarters located at:
855 Asylum Avenue, Hartford, CT 06105 or your local center.

Make a Memorial or Honor Gift

Making a memorial donation to The Salvation Army is a personal way to honor the memory of a loved one. This meaningful act will keep the spirit of a lost loved one alive by helping The Salvation Army serve others.

Making a donation to The Salvation Army in honor of a friend or colleague is a personal way to honor that person. This meaningful gesture will help The Salvation Army serve others as you celebrate accomplishments, birthdays, anniversaries or other special days.

To make an Honor or Memorial Gift, click here and then be sure to select the Tribute Type.

Clothing, Furniture, & Household Goods

To donate clothing, furniture and household goods to The Salvation Army visit for dropoff locations, call 1800-SATruck (1-800-728-7825) for pickup, or follow the appropriate links below for a listing of Connecticut and Rhode Island Family Stores.

Read Our Stewardship Report

Stewardship Report The Salvation Army's Southern New England Division, which the following ways to give benefit, is part of The Salvation Army's Eastern Territory. To provide you with some insight into the good work we do with the generous support from people like you, we invite you to view our Eastern Territory Annual Investment Stewardship Report for the period ending December 31, 2012. Please click here to read this report as a PDF file. Due to its file size, it may take several minutes to load.

Soups On... at Soup, Soap & Hope

MERIDEN - The Fourth Annual Meriden Salvation Army Soup, Soap & Hope fundraiser was held at the Four Points by Sheraton Meriden on Thursday evening, April 10, to spread the word about the work of the Army in the City.


Montville Brush Fire Extinguished

MONTVILLE - The Salvation Army's New London Emergency Disaster Services Canteen 1 served yet again, this time at a large brush fire off Kittemaug Road in Montville on the afternoon of Monday, April 7. Crews from Montville; CT DEEP; surrounding towns; and CL&P all assisted in fighting the fire, which was located on top of a hill overlooking the Thames River. This task was made difficult by strong winds, dry vegetation, its location, and the high-voltage electrical transmission lines overhead.


Five-Alarm Fire at Torrington Warehouse

TORRINGTON - Over 150 firefighters from several surrounding towns spent over 13 hours bringing a stubborn warehouse fire under control. The blaze broke out just before 8:00 AM and was not contained until about 9:15 in the evening. Torrington Fire Chief Gary Brunnoli said that although the fire had been contained, he expected to be at the scene all night. The building located on Taylor Street had been owned by O&G Industries and was leased to Toce Brothers to store tires. Residents from surrounding homes were forced to be evacuated due to the heavy smoke and were not allowed back into their homes until after 8:00PM. Firefighters from Thomaston, Litchfield, Watertown, New Hartford, Winsted, Danbury, and Waterbury responded to the fire.


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