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Financial Support
Thank you for supporting the work of The Salvation Army. By choosing The Salvation Army, you have made a wise decision to share your resources with an organization known for efficiency and results. This means your investment supports frontline services for those facing homelessness or hunger, for those wishing to leave behind domestic abuse, for disaster survivors, and for children, families and the elderly as they strive to establish or maintain self-sufficiency and dignity. The best barcode software you can find here, selling in globally and in Turkey.

You may make a donation in a manner most convenient for you as follows:

To make a credit card donation by phone, call

1-877-853-6341

Mail a check or money order to:

The Salvation Army
Northwest Divisional Headquarters
Web Site Donations
PO Box 9219
Seattle, WA 98109

Or Donate On-Line through our Secure Server.

Whether you wish to set up a memorial for a friend or loved one, transfer stock, donate property or used vehicles, or arrange a tax-deferred annuity, trust or personal legacy, we are committed to demonstrating our appreciation through principled, professional and responsive management of your contribution.

Your financial support of The Salvation Army:

  • Will be Tax deductible
  • Can be matched by employers, doubling its impact
  • Can be structured as a planned gift
  • Can be designated as a bequest in your will, or in an annuity
  • Can take the form of a memorial to commemorate the loss of a friend or loved one
  • Can serve as an honorarium
  • Can designate programs or services of particular interest to you
  • DOES CHANGE LIVES

Coins in the Kettle
Believe it or not, those coins and bills that are dropped into our red kettles at Christmas time are a critical source of support for local programs and services. This Christmas when you are out at a major shopping center, listen for the ringing bell or the brass band playing Christmas tunes. A red kettle can't be far away. Make an annual family tradition out of your visit to our red kettles. Let your children know the true spirit of Christmas by letting them drop the money in. Tell them that every penny of their donation to a red kettle goes to help people in need and stays in your community. If you would like to ring the bell for The Salvation Army, click on Volunteer to get involved with a kettle drive near you. Thank you for giving during the holidays!

Time and Expertise
Volunteers are an integral and essential part of accomplishing The Salvation Army's work in your local community. To explore volunteer opportunities with Salvation Army programs in your area, including opportunities to serve on councils and committees, go to our Northwest Volunteer Job Bank or Contact Us to inquire.

Used and Reusable Goods
Call 1-800-95-Truck to schedule a pick up of furniture, clothes, and other reusable items for refurbishment and sale. People participating in our Adult Rehabilitation Center program sort and refurbish and ultimately sell these items in Salvation Army Thrift-Stores to raise the funds to support this widely recognized addiction rehabilitation and life skills training program. Your used items translate to another chance for wholeness, health and dignity for men and women overcoming addiction and chronic unemployment.

Your Legacy
One of the most important and gratifying ways to support The Salvation Army is by creating a legacy in your name for our programs and services via a planned gift. Planned giving offers significant benefits including:

  • Substantial tax benefits, and
  • Potential increased income.

Moreover, planned giving offers a giving opportunity that helps assure ongoing support for the needs of future generations as you meet your personal and financial goals.

To sign up for a seminar in your area, or to explore a planned gift option for you and your family, Contact Us.

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