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Help The Salvation Army serve Rhode Island by donating or sharing our Mobile Red Kettle or hosting your own! This and volunteering are the best ways to help us meet needs this holiday season and throughout the year.
Throughout Rhode Island’s 39 cities and towns, The Salvation Army operates numerous programs that seek to meet the needs of its neighbors, including: mobile community response, senior programs, academic enrichment, pastoral counseling, social development, recreational programs for children ages 6 to 12, emergency food and material assistance programs, an Adult Rehabilitation Center, holiday basket and toy distribution programs, and Corps Community Centers, which provide faith-based family and youth programs for their local communities. The Salvation Army's Service Extension program also operates in suburban and rural locations where no Corps of The Salvation Army are maintained. These Service Units provide comprehensive emergency assistance for people in these communities.
HARTFORD - It's the time of year for giving, but the Salvation Army is feeling the burn.According to the Salvation Army, its Red Kettle Campaign Connecticut and Rhode Island was hammered by a snow storm...
Your donations to the NBC 10 Cares Thanksgiving Telethon raised more than $62,000, and there is still time to give. Proceeds will be used to help The Salvation Army provide 3,000...
SOUTHERN NEW ENGLAND - The Salvation Army is introducing a new online disaster preparedness course. The Army has recently created an online version of its introductory course, Introduction to Emergency Disaster Services...
Whether you contribute financially, donate goods, give your time, or support us through social media, with your help, The Salvation Army in Rhode Island can continue to reach out to individuals and families to offer a hand-up, not a hand-out. Please contact us if interested in supporting our efforts or if you are in need of assistance.