Our weapons against hunger

No Act of Kindness is Too Small to Make a Difference!

The Salvation Army has been blessed to serve the people of Martin County since 1978 because of the generous support of our donors, volunteers, and community advocates. Through the recent economic challenges, your support has enabled us to continue to serve our neighbors in need 365 days a year. Every Friday we serve nearly 150 homeless or near homeless people through our feeding ministry, “Booth’s Café.” Through our food pantry, we distribute more than 200,000 pounds of food each year. And we help homeless women and children get a new start on life through Compassion House, our transitional housing facility.

Your generosity is needed for us to continue in our war against hunger and homelessness. Please consider a financial gift today. Donations of women’s toiletries (shampoo, deodorant, etc), diapers, baby wipes, laundry detergent and more are also needed for the residents of Compassion House.

There are a variety of ways that you can make a difference: Donate via credit card. To donate via check, please mail to: The Salvation Army – P.O. Box 2475, Stuart, FL 34995. To donate furniture, or clothing, please call 772-223-1815. God bless you!

The Salvation Army is deeply committed to the modern-day fight against human trafficking (for sexual and labor purposes) and forms of commercial sexual exploitation innately linked to sexual trafficking.

For additional information on this topic, visit the Initiative Against Sexual Trafficking website at IAST.net.

Compassion House Who is The Salvation Army? Come Join Us.
Emily Bland heads back inside a Salvation Army shelter for women and children in Stuart. "I really enjoy this place," said Bland, 18. "It's been a blessing.".
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The Salvation Army is a religious and social service organization, dedicated to the never-ending battle against the twin enemies of sin and despair.
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We invite you to come worship with us at our beautiful chapel here in Martin County.
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As of January, 1,724 homeless people were living in Martin, St. Lucie and Indian River counties — up from 1,683 a year ago, according to the Treasure Coast Homeless Services Council. The latest figure includes 536 children.
Compassion House, which has enough space for 32 residents, is the product of a decade-long effort by Salvation Army volunteers who saw a need for homeless women and children in the community.
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