02643 Salvation Army

Find 02643 Salvation Army stores. Salvation Army provides information on charitable donations, thrift stores, community service programs, employment services, housing assistance, and disaster relief.

Salvation Army Hyannis 100 North Street Barnstable MA 02601 20.6 miles from 02643 508-775-0364

Salvation Army Hyannis 105 Bassett Lane Barnstable MA 02601 20.8 miles from 02643 508-771-8982

Salvation Army Buzzards Bay 3 Bridge Approach Street Bourne MA 02532 33.5 miles from 02643 508-759-8951

Salvation Army East Wareham 3074 Cranberry Highway Wareham MA 02538 37.0 miles from 02643 508-273-0302

Salvation Army Plymouth 8 Carver Street Plymouth MA 02360 38.9 miles from 02643 508-746-1559

Salvation Army Vineyard Haven 23 Oak Lane West Tisbury MA 02568 44.9 miles from 02643 774-563-9436

Salvation Army Mattapoisett 51 County Road Mattapoisett MA 02739 45.9 miles from 02643 508-758-3121

Salvation Army Hanover 936 Washington Street Hanover MA 02339 51.5 miles from 02643 781-826-5686

Salvation Army New Bedford 1145 Acushnet Avenue New Bedford MA 02746 52.0 miles from 02643 508-991-2462

Salvation Army New Bedford 619 Purchase Street New Bedford MA 02740 52.3 miles from 02643 508-997-6561

Salvation Army Bridgewater 134 Main Street Bridgewater MA 02324 55.2 miles from 02643 508-697-9013

About Salvation Army Stores

Does the Salvation Army only serve Christians or members of a church?

No. Salvation Army programs are open to individuals and families of all faiths and beliefs. While the Salvation Army is a Christian agency and evangelical in its service delivery, it does not restrict its programs or services based on religious affiliation.

How is the Salvation Army funded?

The single largest source of funding for the U.S. Salvation Army is public contributions. Other significant revenues come from government sources, program and service fees, sales to the public, and investment income.

What are Salvation Army Family Stores?

Salvation Army Family Stores, also known as Thrift Stores, sell donated clothing, household items, and other essentials at low-cost. The proceeds from sales are used to support the Salvation Army's Adult Rehabilitation Centers, which provide spiritual, social, and emotional assistance for men and women who are coping with any of a variety of challenges to living a normal and healthy life.