The Salvation Army of Central Maryland has been serving those in need in the Baltimore area for more than 150 years. Today, The Salvation Army of Central Maryland serves residents of Baltimore City, as well as Baltimore, Cecil, Carroll, Harford, Howard, and North Anne Arundel counties through a broad array of social services that include providing emergency food, utilities, and rental assistance; homeless services such as a 24-hour emergency and transitional housing shelter for women, children, and families and FeedMore, the only evening feeding program in Baltimore City; relief for disaster victims; holiday assistance comprised of Thanksgiving meals and the Christmas Angel Tree and Red Kettle programs; opportunities for underprivileged children; and three community centers (or “corps”) that act as both places of worship and service to their respective communities.
The Salvation Army assists nearly 30 million Americans nationwide each year and spends 82 cents of every dollar directly supporting services. An evangelical arm of the universal Christian church, The Salvation Army’s ministry is motivated by the love of God. In fulfilling its mission to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination, The Salvation Army offers the world a lasting display of the love behind its belief.
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The Salvation Army of Central Maryland is part of the Maryland / West Virginia Division of The Salvation Army within the Southern Territory. The Salvation Army in the United States is comprised of the Southern, Northern, Eastern, and Western territories.