Disaster Volunteer Trainings

Become a volunteer and help us to help others who may have lost everything. In responding to natural disasters or other crises, our volunteers offer practical help from serving meals and refreshments, to offering moral and spiritual care. Whatever your skills, we can use them in times of disaster.

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Headlines & Events

  • YEAR-END DONATIONS NEEDED TO CLOSE THE GAP

     
    The National Capital Area Commander urges the community to make one last tax-deductible contribution before midnight on December 31 to help feed and shelter people in need.
    Washington, DC (December 31, 2018) – Donations from the recently concluded 2018 Red Kettle Campaign, which ended on Christmas Eve, came…

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  • Local Officer and Volunteers deployed to help Hurricane Michael victims

    The Salvation Army deployed a local emergency disaster teams and equipment in response to Hurricane Michael, which roared through Florida’s panhandle and southeast Georgia earlier this week leaving behind a trail of destruction. Lieutenant Shane Owens of The Salvation Army Montgomery County Corps departed the Washington,…

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  • Local Officers, Equipment Deployed to Assist Relief Effort

    The Salvation Army deployed two local emergency disaster teams and equipment to assist with the ongoing relief efforts for Hurricane Florence. Major Donald Wilson of The Salvation Army Fairfax Corps and Captain Srikant Bhatnagar of The Salvation Army Sherman Avenue Corps were dispatched to Goldsboro, North Carolina,…

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Our Mission

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

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