We offer you many ways to support our programs. Check this page out and discover the different opportunities you have to help us creating a positive impact in Miami.
Through shelter, feeding, after school programs, Emergency Disaster Services, Adult Rehabilitation Centers and more. The Salvation Army Miami is a place of hope for Miami-Dade.
There are many ways for you to help and get a “hands-on” volunteer experience, which can also be an excellent team-building opportunity. Check the different volunteer opportunities we offer.
We’re getting ready for the most exciting event of the year; The distribution of toys and clothing to thousands of children in Miami-Dade County. If you have questions, contact us below.
The Red Kettles are out!
The Salvation Army Red Kettles are our most popular fundraising campaign. The money you help us raise stays within your community to support your neighbors during Christmas and yearlong.
THE SALVATION ARMY
Throughout its history, the Army has distributed over 200,000 toys amongst the children of South Florida, through such different venues such as the Angel Tree Program.
The Salvation Army has provided over 3,838,559 different types of lodgings to women & children, men, as well as federal program Housing & Urban Development (HUD) and Here’s Hope HIV/AIDS victims.
In 95 years, the Salvation Army has served approximately 956,032 people a variety of 11,445,522 hot meals, sandwiches, snacks & drinks.
13 major storms have hit South Florida since 1913, and The Salvation Army has been able to help more than 191,239 people who were in need of assistance.
MAJOR FERNANDO MARTÍNEZ
Miami Area Commander
MAJOR NANCY MARTINEZ
Vice President of Women’s Auxiliary
MEALS FOR THE HOMELESS
MUSIC EDUCATION HOURS
“As I accepted Christ into my life and became born again, I began to treat people how Christ would treat them. With the compassion The Salvation Army gave me, I was able to give that to the next person.”
When I began my position at the Kroc Center, I had to learn the ins and outs of running such a ministry. But it’s the grace of God that guides me every day in my responsibilities at work and at home.
Dear Friends, In one of his letter, Peter outlines one of the most wonderful gifts of mankind, the gift of giving: “As each has received...
As Hurricane Sandy barreled up the East Coast, leaving mass destruction and power outages in its wake, The Salvation Army prepared for a long-term disaster...
On the 20th anniversary of Hurricane Andrew, The Miami-Dade Salvation Army keeps a watchful eye on Tropical Storm Isaac as it churns in the Caribbean....