Salvation Army of Southern California

Accessibility Navigation

Top Navigation:

Welcome to The Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army helps people from all walks of life when they have nowhere else to turn.

Welcome to The Salvation Army.

When they strike, we’re there with trained personnel to help and serve those affected

Welcome to The Salvation Army.

Women and children find a home and help at the West Women's & Children's Shelter in overcoming domestic violence.

Welcome to The Salvation Army.
Too many go hungry every day

Needs have risen in our community, and our shelves are in constant need of food.

Welcome to The Salvation Army.

We invite you to visit one of our 4 Corps with weekly worship services, family outreach, Bible study, and group activities for children, women & men.

Welcome to The Salvation Army.
Looking for a bargain? Come treasure-hunting here.

Salvation Army Family Stores are loaded with gently used clothing, furniture and household items at bargain prices.


join us in our efforts to end homelessness

grey line

Help veterans all year long by supporting Operation Santa Claus and the Homefront War Relief program

grey line

100 Portland Metro Area Students Awarded Back-to-School Shopping Spree from Target and The Salvation Army

100 local students in need will have the opportunity to visit a Portland Metro area Target store to purchase school supplies, clothing and other must-have necessities just in time for back-to-school. The Salvation Army and Target are helping over 100 K-12 students across the Metro area gear up for the upcoming academic year with the Target School Spree.


2,400 Boxes to Be Distributed to Families in Need Through Feed The Children - Salvation Army Partnership

2,400 boxes are to be distributed to local families in need on Wednesday, July 10th, 2013, thanks to a partnership between The Salvation Army and Feed The Children's Americans Feeding Americans project. In the early morning hours, 2 semi-trucks full of food boxes, hygiene and household products will be unloaded in the Eastport Plaza parking lot.


Coos Bay Volunteers to Relieve Disaster Workers in Colorado Fires

Three volunteers from Oregon will be flying out of the Eugene airport today to relieve disaster workers serving at the fires. Lieutenant Kevin Pope and 2 volunteers from The Salvation Army Coos Bay Corps will be serving at the fire level in the smoke for up to 14 days. While there, this team will be assisting in serving food and beverages from Emergency Disaster Canteens to first responders on scene battling the fires.


All News

Upcoming Events

Something Grand Benefit Concert

4 April, 2015

10 sensational youth and professional pianists perform together for an afternoon of music and fun!

All Events