Twin Cities Salvation Army, The
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. It mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Review Completed: 11/16/2010
From the Council
The Twin Cities Salvation Army is exempt from filing the Form 990 with the IRS. The financial information in this report is based on audited financial statements. The Twin Cities Salvation Army is registered with the Attorney General's Office under the Salvation Army-Northern Division.
2445 Prior Ave N
Roseville , MN 55113
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||Salvation Army, Salvation Army Twin Cities, The Salvation Army, Salvation Army Northern Division
||Darryl Leedom, Twin Cities Commander
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Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
The Twin Cities Salvation Army:
Serves 214,000 people in the ten-county metro area each year
Operates 25 centers of operation: 10 housing/shelter facilities; 8 Worship and Service Centers; 5 satelite service centers and 1 administrative office and 1 camp. This number does not include 7 thrift stores and a coffee house.
Service Statistical highlights:
The Salvation Army served 764,458 hot meals in the Twin Cities.
• The Salvation Army provided 331,463 nights of shelter.
• At Christmastime, The Salvation Army distributed more than 62,000 toys to children in need.
• The Salvation Army HeatShare program provided heating assistance to 1,580 households. Additional utility assistance was given to 3,113 households.
• The Salvation Army provided counseling to 3,335 people in prison.
• The Salvation Army distributed 50,380 items of clothing.
• Nearly 62,000 households received Salvation Army social services such as food, clothing and transportation assistance.
• Nearly 40,000 people received disaster relief such as financial assistance, emotional/spiritual support, food/beverages and temporary shelter.
• Rent or mortgage assistance provided to nearly 1,900 households.
• More than 550 inner-city children enrolled in Salvation Army day camps. These camps offer nutritious food, crafts, sports, music and other positive activities.
• The Salvation Army provided more than 3,600 gas and bus ticket vouchers so less fortunate individuals could go to work, job interviews or even see their families.
The Salvation Army's goals are in alignment with two recently completed strategic plans. Focusing on our Core Capabilities of Intervention, Stabilization,and Transformation, we will respond quickly to individual clients with immediate, basic needs; create a temporarty safety net of support services which provide clients with internal and external resources to move toward self-sufficiency; and help clients make connections with other resources and needed to strive for and maintain self-sufficiency. Our Program Priorities include Shelter/Housing, Hunger Abatement, and Youth Development.
Community or Constituency Served
Individuals and families in emotional and financial crisis. The Salvation Army provides six basic services, basic needs, housing, rehabilitation, counseling, youth services and disaster relief.
Geographic Area Served
10 County Metro Area
Impact and Programs
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|Based on information provided on 2007 to 2009