Soup, Soap, and Salvation, the total needs of his fellow men and women; material, emotional, and spiritual, preaching the gospel and waging war against the sin and hunger that flourishes in the slums. This was the calling of William Booth, founder of The Salvation Army.
Because of the generosity of our Donors we are able to provide a variety of services to our local community. With facilities throughout Greater Milwaukee we are meeting the spiritual, emotional and physical needs of those in peril. From housing and feeding programs to disaster services we are committed to meeting human needs.
Membership in The William Booth Society is sustained by a $5,000.00 minimum annual gift. Larger gifts are accorded appreciation and recognition through inclusion in four circles of leadership giving.
In his book "Darkest England" William Booth wrote: