About:
The Salvation Army provides services to those in need, including emergency social service programs, after-school programs, and disaster relief.
Mission
To help without discrimination the "poorest of the poor"--the hungry, homeless and indigent who have nowhere to turn and often suffer alone because of societal indifference or disdain.
Serving
Addiction Recovery
Children & Youth
Communities in Need
Homeless
Women
Affiliate Since
2013

Our Partnership

Mobilizing Volunteers
Currently, our volunteers serve at three Salvation Army locations in Manhattan: NY Temple, where Redeemer Downtown meets on Sundays, Manhattan Citadel in Harlem, and Times Square.
Making Grants To Fund Programs
Our grant funds support youth dance, drama and music classes at the Times Square Performing Arts Institute for youth.
Training And Consulting
The Salvation Army Emergency Services lent their expertise on the 1 year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, leading a workshop on Disaster Preparation for HFNY Affiliates.

Volunteer Opportunities

Next Available Opportunity
Fri 12/6/2019 | 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
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Next Available Opportunity
Mon 12/9/2019 | 11:15 AM - 1:30 PM
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Next Available Opportunity
Tue 12/10/2019 | 5:00 PM - 7:30 PM
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This year I met a young woman named Alison who used to sleep on the steps of this building. She refused shelter, insisting that she felt safest on these steps. She spent most of her time completely drunk. We told her every day that Jesus loves her, and that He has more for her life than alcoholism and abuse.  We would give her blankets, shoes, and food, and she began to come to our Sunday church services.  Last November, Alison finally enrolled in a Salvation Army drug rehabilitation program, and today she is sober, working, loving Jesus, and learning to serve others in His name.

Lt. Olivia, Staff

Mentions

Nov 11.08.2019

Now that the temperature is dropping in New York City, please extend your thoughts to our many neighbors living on the streets.

Eight years ago, we created Resource Cards as a simple way for our supporters to engage with our homeless neighbors and offer them a list of available resources

Dec 12.02.2016
When my husband and I moved to New York for his job, I decided I would tithe my work, so to speak, by volunteering. As worried as we were for the first few months and as crazy as my husband thought I was for volunteering when I “should be getting
Dec 12.02.2016
When my husband and I moved to New York for his job, I decided I would tithe my work, so to speak, by volunteering. As worried as we were for the first few months and as crazy as my husband thought I was for volunteering when I “should be getting