The Salvation Army of Brown County offers assistance to those in need through a variety of outreach efforts both in and outside of the Kroc Center. Additionally, The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs, services and assistance both nationally and globally that you may qualify for.
Do you need help right away? Contact us at 920.593.2379 to receive more information on local assistance.
The Salvation Army offers a variety of programs in our area to help individuals and families in need.
It was Joan Kroc's vision that everyone, no matter their income level or social status, be able to attend and benefit from the life-changing opportunities available at the Kroc.
Every Kroc Center offers help to individuals and families who would like to become a member but may need financial assistance. To apply for a reduced-price Kroc membership, download the Scholarship Application and return to
the front desk or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discounts are also available for our after school program, day camp, as well as most Kroc classes. To apply, download the Class Scholarship Application and return to the front desk or email to email@example.com.
Call (920) 593-2379 to inquire about assistance that may be available to you.
626 Union Court
Green Bay, WI 54303
Hours: Mon-Fri 8 am-4:30 pm
The Salvation Army Transitional Housing program is a true example of community collaboration in meeting human needs. The Salvation Army works with the Ecumenical Partnership for Housing (EPH), an interfaith group which purchases and maintains several houses in the area. Cleaning and upkeep are provided by members of EPH, while The Salvation Army provides intense and holistic case management.
Our purpose is to assure safe and supportive housing, while increasing opportunities for homeless families to achieve goals that empower them to become self-sufficient and enable them to secure permanent housing. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE >>
The Salvation Army is committed to being there to help families and children when times are at their darkest. The Salvation Army follows the belief that no child deserves to grow up without hope for a better tomorrow. We offer places for fun, fellowship, mentoring, learning and guidance and believe opportunity is something every individual is entitled to.
The Salvation Army provides a variety of services and activities to help our older adults of Brown County stay active, independent and socially connected. Seniors can participate in as many or as few activities as they choose on a monthly basis and simply need to register for the activities that they want to be involved in.
KROC MEMBERSHIP & PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIPS
EMERGENCY SERVICES &
YOUTH AND SENIORS
Many Americans are familiar with The Salvation Army's Thrift Stores which fund our well-known drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs. Or our iconic red kettles which have become a symbol of the Christmas season and the spirit of giving.
But in hundreds of communities across the Central United States, The Salvation Army also operates programs and services which are designed to meet human need in Christ's name, alleviate human suffering and promote wholeness by addressing the spiritual, social,emotional, psychological and physical well-being of those served.
The Salvation Army's social service programs vary slightly with local and regional needs. For instance, there are programs and services for homeless people, victims of domestic violence, at-risk kids and so much more.
CLICK ON ANY OF THE PROGRAMS BELOW TO VISIT THE NATIONAL SALVATION ARMY SITE AND LEARN MORE.
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