At work in over 120 countries and counting.
The Salvation Army is a worldwide religious and charitable organization, motivated by the love of God and a practical concern for the needs of humanity. The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Captain Matthew O'Neil, Brown County Coordinator, directly supervises the organization. Within The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay, there is the Green Bay Corps Community Center, The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center and a Thrift Store. Through these three locations, The Salvation Army is able to provide multiple programs that provide hope, health and healing throughout our community.
The Army's tradition of helping those in need began more than 150 years ago. Members of The Salvation Army serve the poor and needy in over 120 countries. Nationally, we have over 62,000 employees and over 3 million volunteers.
What We Do
The Salvation Army was founded with the basic social services principles of taking care of the physical and emotional needs of the hungry and homeless and remains an outward visible expression of the Army's strong religious principles. In addition, new programs that address contemporary needs have been established. Among these are disaster relief services, childrens programming, summer camps, holiday assistance, services for the aging, family and career counseling, vocational training and correctional services.