Find the answers you are looking for to The Salvation Army's frequently asked questions about programs, donating, volunteering, and much more on our organization. If you do not find what you are looking for please feel free to contact us (link to contact us page) or call us at (920) 497-7053.
Do I have to live in Brown County to receive services?
The Salvation Army of Brown County serves Brown County residents only. The Salvation Army does have Corps or Service Extension units in other counties. Please call (920) 497-7053 to find the location of The Salvation Army Corps or Service Extension in your area.
How do I apply for basic needs services?
Please call The Salvation Army Social Services Department at (920) 593-2379 to have your questions answered and to schedule an appointment.
What do I need to bring with me to my appointment for services with The Salvation Army?
Each program has slightly different requirements. The best think to do is to ask this question when you call to schedule your appointment. The worker will be able to tell you what documents to bring along.
When are you open?
The business hours at The Salvation Army are 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Basic needs appointments are scheduled beginning at 9 a.m. each day by calling (920) 593-2379.
What is The Salvation Army most in need of for the food pantry?
The Salvation Army food pantry is the second largest and most utalized in Brown County. The food pantry can always use more:
instant mashed potatoes
canned fruits and canned vagetables
Gift Cards to local merchants are always welcome as well
What types of cleaning and hygiene products does The Salvation Army need most?
The items requested most often by individuals and families are:
shampoo and cream rinse
toothbrushes and toothpaste
How often can I receive groceries from the food pantry?
Food pantry appointments can be set up once every 30 days by calling (920) 593-2379.
When is lunch served at The Salvation Army?
A hot lunch, at no-cost, is served Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at 626 Union Court and is open to all.
Do you have a 2012 Annual Report for The Salvation Army of Brown County?
Yes. You may view The Salvation Army of Brown County 2012 Annual Report in full pdf version here.
Is The Salvation Army a church or a non-profit?
Both. The Salvation Army is a non-profit religious organization based on the teachings of Jesus Christ. A Protestant denomination, The Salvation Army is a provider of social services to needy people.
What are the employment opportunities with The Salvation Army?
Employment needs are always arising with The Salvation Army. Please click on a job title below for a full description. If you meet the requirements please mail or email your resume with references to the position in which you are interested in to:
Brown County Human Resources
1315 Lime Kiln Rd.
Green Bay, WI 54311
Resumes may be emailed to Yvonne_Lemerond@usc.salvationarmy.org
Does The Salvaiton Army accept volunteer efforts for Court Ordered Community Service hour fulfillment?
Yes. The Salvation Army does work with individuals who have been court ordered for Community Service hours. All canidates who wish to partake in this program must first meet with our Volunteer Coordinator and pass a background check. Please call the Volunteer Coordinator directly at (920) 593-2375 to schedule an interview. Bell ringing efforts will not be approved for court ordered Community Service commitments as it is not a supervised activity.
Volunteers needed! We will be having a
Food Distribution Thursday, May 1st and
need shifts of volunteers from 9:30 a.m.
to 1:30 p.m. You can view available
shifts and sign up online at http://tinyurl.com/tsafood2014
just scroll down to the
Food-Clothing-Toy Drives section. Thank
you for your help!
THE SALVATION ARMY OF BROWN COUNTY MISSION
The Salvation Army of Brown County, Local Mission Statement:
The Salvation Army is a spiritual community that fosters an environment that improves self-sufficiency, promotes self-discovery and provides hope.
We promote the well-being of all who come to us, including those who are unable to meet their basic needs or be self-sufficient. We coordinate a comprehensive array of services to meet human needs as our resources allow.
It is our commitment to direct those in need to the most appropriate program or service available, whether offered by The Salvation Army or another agency or provider.