The Salvation Army of Central Maryland
serving those in need without discrimination for more than 130 years in the
Baltimore area. Today, the Salvation Army of Central Maryland serves residents
of Baltimore City, as well as Baltimore, Howard, Carroll, and North Anne Arundel
counties, through a broad array of social services that range from providing
emergency food, utilities, and rental assistance; homeless services that include
a 24-hour emergency and transitional housing shelter for women, children, and
families, as well as the FeedMore, the only evening feeding program in Baltimore
City; relief for disaster victims; holiday assistance that includes Thanksgiving
meals and the Christmas Angel Tree and Red Kettle programs; opportunities for
underprivileged children; and three community centers (or "corps") that serve as
both places of worship and service to their respective communities.
Nationwide, nearly 30 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year, with 82 cents of every dollar spent being used to support direct services.