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We are caring for North Texas's most vulnerable people during the pandemic.
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See our COVID Impact Report to learn more about our efforts, services and life-changing transformations. 

One out of ten North Texans turn to The Salvation Army for help with dealing with poverty, homeless and addiction.

Since the coronavirus pandemic began, we’ve ramped up relief efforts for those in need.

Our most vulnerable neighbors are still

struggling from COVID-19.

Food, shelter, and financial assistance are always essential. In a global health crisis, they are critical. For the first time, families who never imagined that they’d be asking for help found themselves on the brink of distress and in need of assistance.

As the region’s largest provider of social services, The Salvation Army of North Texas has remained on the front lines for our community’s response, evolving to provide continuous food, shelter, finan-cial support, spiritual care, and more. Since March 2020, The Salvation Army of North Texas has provided:

  • Nearly $2 million in financial assistance with rent, mortgage payments, and utilities
  • More than 6 million pounds of nutritious, shelf-stable groceries and fresh produce
  • Approximately 150,000 nights of shelter to the most vulnerable in our communities
  • Spiritual support to more than 80,000 North Texans 

While our ability to serve continues to be tested by historic levels of need, it has been strengthened in many different ways. Our talented team, supporters, volunteers, organizational partners, and local leaders have stepped up to help those in need — whenever and wherever the need existed. Out of necessity, we’ve evolved to more efficiently serve our neighbors struggling with poverty, addiction, and homelessness. 

We still need support to continue providing for neighbors in need – those whose wages are affected, who need to secure food, reestablish homes, and stabilize. Financial contributions are most needed to provide immediate needs like food and shelter, but contact your local Salvation Army if you’re interested in learning about virtual volunteer opportunities.

With your help, we will continue to be a source of help and hope during uncertain times. Although our work is far from finished, we remain committed to serving for however long it takes. We are grateful to have you alongside us on this journey.