|Name of Non-Profit Organization *||
|Today’s Date: *||Thursday, August 3, 2023|
|EIN / 501(C)(3)Number *||
|What year did your organization receive it’s non-profit status? *||
114 East Central Parkway #400
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
|Point of Contact for Magnified Giving Youth *||Camille Cates|
|Point of Contact’s Title *||
|Point of Contact’s Email Address *||camille.cates@use.
|Point of Contact’s Phone Number||(513) 762-5640|
|Executive Director’s Name *||
Major Timothy Lyle
|What is the mission of your organization?||
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.
|Which social causes (up to 3 choices) does your agency address through its programming? *||
|Any comments about your selections you would like to share with the student philanthropists?|
|For over 135 years, The Salvation Army has served and continues to serve neighbors in need. Our operations include four Corps Community Centers located in Batavia, Center Hill, West Side, and Northern Kentucky. Additionally, we provide services through our Downtown Cincinnati Social Ministries Department. These locations cover Hamilton and Clermont Counties (Ohio) and Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties (Kentucky).
The Salvation Army provides quality, educational after-school and summer care for children who visit our Corps Community Centers. During a time when they could
Our West Side Learning Center offers early-childhood education and grade-school support for families with children ages 6 weeks to twelve years who are living in extreme poverty. It is professionally managed and staffed and offers early learning and play-based learning experiences that aid children in meeting
The Salvation Army is uniquely positioned with a presence in nearly every community across the country to combat hunger and food insecurity wherever it persists. Those in need across Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky can receive groceries via our food pantries in all locations, including the most
Salvation Army has initiatives that focus on ensuring families can keep a roof over their heads, food in their stomachs, and utilities on—like heat and air conditioning in the hottest and coldest months of the year. The long-term effects of the pandemic, rising housing costs, and increased inflation have put millions of families at risk of falling below the poverty line and entering a cycle of challenges that can
During the Christmas season, The Salvation Army Toy Shop, Adopt-a-Family program, and Adopt-a-Senior program provide toys, food vouchers, clothing, and gifts to thousands of families, children, and individuals. In Greater Cincinnati alone, over 11,000 individuals are assisted by The Salvation Army during Christmas in some way every year. Our Women’s Auxiliaries contribute to the effort with donations of dolls, bears, and books.
The Salvation Army in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky is proud to partner with End Slavery Cincinnati. Together we provide comprehensive case management to all human trafficking victims, regardless of gender, age, or documentation status. We develop individual plans for each client based
We give ongoing care to those escaping the life of human trafficking. Along with the immediate needs of shelter, transportation, food, and clothing, we address physical and psychological trauma through a variety of services, including:
The love of God is a free gift to all. When you give to The Salvation Army, you provide funding for programs that help share God’s love with those who need it most. During times of disaster, 59% of people prefer support from a religious counselor or clergy member. When times of trouble occur, many seek the love of God through spiritual guidance and healing. The Salvation Army meets this need through a loving and caring faith community. Salvation Army officers are ordained clergy and are prepared at any time to offer comfort, care, and ministry, embodying the mission of The Salvation Army to meet human needs without discrimination.
|Does your organization have volunteer opportunities available for students? *||
Yes, Grades 6 – 12
|List possible volunteer opportunities -or- a link to where they can be found on the web.|
|The Salvation Army is always in need of bell-ringers during our Christmas season which also counts toward their service hours for school. These can be high school-aged students, or younger if accompanied by a parent. Our Adopt-a-Family and Toy Shop events also have volunteer opportunities.
In Northern Kentucky, there are opportunities to assist with packing food boxes that are taken to a local low-income Senior Residence.
We would be glad to discuss other volunteer opportunities that we may have available that are not listed here.
|Volunteer coordinator||Jerry Smith|
|Volunteer coordinator’s email address||Jerry.Smith@use.salvationarmy.
|Volunteer coordinator’s phone number||(513) 762-5643|
|Student Connection Preference (click all that apply): *||