The Salvation Army of Augusta is caring for the people who are most vulnerable to Covid-19

We are closely monitoring the ever-evolving situation within our local communities and country. Here are the latest updates to the emergency response here in Augusta.

How you can help us

Help us stock the Shelter! We need your support!

The Salvation Army of Augusta’s Center of Hope Shelter is presently housing homeless men, women, and children. All items on this wish list are shipped directly to the Center of Hope and benefit everyone at the shelter


Covid-19 Relief

You can support The Salvation Army through its Covid-19 Relief efforts by making a donation online or mailing a check to The Salvation Army 1833 Broad Street Augusta, GA 30904.

Our Development Department is available for arranging the donation of funds or pre-packaged food, cleaning supplies, paper goods, and other essentials for families. The number is 706-922-8369 or email at derek.dugan@uss.salvationarmy.org.

Monetary donations are always the best way to ensure that we can purchase what we need as we need it.

How you can receive help

Our free meal service to the Harrisburg area and the general community has moved from the Kroc Center to the Center of Hope starting June 8th! 

Date & Time:
Daily 5:30PM-6PM – New Time!

Location:
Center of Hope – New Location!
1384 Greene Street, Augusta, GA 30901


As of June 21st, 2020

Icon graphic of plate with knife and forkMeals Served:

31,877


Icon graphic of bed with roof above itShelter Provided:

6,638


Icon graphic of a juice box and bag of chipsDrinks & Snacks Provided:

51,373


Icon graphic of a crossSpiritual Engagements Given:

3,760

Updates…

Kroc Center Updates

For the latest Kroc Center updates please visit our Kroc Center news page!

May 4th, 2020

Effective May 4, we will be reopening the Kroc Center and both Family Stores under reduced hours and capacity.

March 18th, 2020

Effective March 18, we will be closing the Kroc Center and both Family Stores. We will be working to reopen as soon as possible.

Our decision to temporarily close follows the recommendation provided by local health officials. During this brief pause, we will be working hard to deep clean and sanitize our facilities to ensure a great reopening.

The Salvation Army of Augusta will continue to monitor the situation as it progresses and take guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and local authorities.


Free Fitness Classes Online

While we are closed please try some FREE fitness classes online!