This Year's Project: Salvation Army Community Food Programs
The Salvation Army provides a wide range of traditional social services and emergency assistance programs. Food, clothing, rent, utility, holiday assistance, youth services and emergency disaster response are just some of the most common of ways in which we strive to meet the needs of the Siouxland community.
Current Project: Salvation Army Community Food Programs
Salvation Army Community Food Programs: Food Pantry & Holiday Baskets (Current Program) Households can receive food from the Food Pantry up to Once per Month. Dry, Canned, Frozen, refrigerated, and fresh foods are available. The Food Pantry is open Monday through Friday. Thanksgiving and Christmas Holiday Meals are supplied to those in need. Budget: Food: $78,000 Holiday Food Baskets: $22,000 Total: $100,000 Fresh Food Initiative: (New Program as of 07/31/18) During the Summer and fall months every Tuesday Morning we set up a Produce, bread and dairy tent in the parking lot of The Salvation and distribute these food products to the Community. Thousands of pounds of food are distributed most of which cost us little to nothing to provide through our partnership with the Food Bank of Siouxland. Budget: Food and food related items: $5,000 Transportation: $1,000 Total: $6,000 Free meal Program: (New Program to start this fall provided funding can be obtained) Starting October 2018 The Salvation Army will be serving the Community by serving a hot lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30am till Noon. Participates will also have access to free food to take home and prepared for meals not enjoyed at The Salvation Army. Budget: Food and food related items: $39,000 ($150 per meal x 5 meals a week x 52 weeks) Cook: $20,000 (Prepares and serves food. Oversees volunteers) Glass 2-Door Commercial Refrigerator: $2,000 Glass 2-Door Commercial Freezer: $3,000 Total Budget: $64,000 Emergency Disaster Services: (Current Program) When disaster strikes, one of the first signs that help is on the way is often the arrival of a Salvation Army mobile feeding unit, offering meals, snacks and drinks to rescue workers and survivors. Budget: Food and food related supplies: $8,000 Equipment: $1,000 Fuel and Maintenance: $1,000 Total Budget: $10,000