With a presence in almost every ZIP code in America, The Salvation Army is uniquely positioned to respond to the unique needs of people living in poverty. These challenges are exponentially magnified during times of crisis, including pandemics like coronavirus (COVID-19). Across the United States, we are stepping up to the challenge and continue to serve the most vulnerable populations in each community.
As the country’s largest social service provider, we are uniquely positioned to meet the needs of the most vulnerable, including when in crisis.
Based on a community’s need and available resources, our trusted Army of experts and supporters are serving on the front lines.
While everyone is impacted by the current outbreak, people living in poverty will feel the effects quicker and more signficantly. The Salvation Army provides basic needs each year to 23 million Americans living in poverty through 7,600 service locations across the country.
Across the country, we continue to ensure that low-income individuals and families have access to desperately needed resources like food and shelter. We are evolving services in response to COVID-19 to meet unique needs of each community. This includes drive-through food pickup, community-based food delivery through canteens, and meals at Salvation Army facilities.
To find out more about what The Salvation Army in Levittown, PA is doing please follow this link to The Lower Bucks Times and PBS39: