For more information on volunteer opportunities at The Salvation Army, please contact Kay Weinstein at 402-898-7700, ext. 168 or Kay_Weinstein@usc.salvationarmy.org.
The smallest amount makes the biggest difference in the lives of so many!
Your support helps The Salvation Army transform lives. All items should be new and in original packaging. Items can be delivered to The Salvation Army at 3612 Cuming. Please mark to the attention of those listed as contacts.
Stock the Pantry-cereal, boxed dinners, boxed or bagged rice products, canned meat, canned vegetables, canned tomato products, boxed macaroni and cheese, canned soups/stews, canned beans (baked, Lima, etc.) Contact: Tiffanie McCowin 402-898-5863
Rock-a-Bye Baby Services for female adolescents including those who are pregnant and parenting. Suggested items-diapers, baby blankets, wipes, lotions. Contact: Alice Drake 402-898-5861
Hope Kits. Clients come to The Salvation Army and their needs are basic. Kits (ziploc bags) containing: soap, wash cloths, lotion, shampoo, toothpaste, toothbrushes, razors, feminine hygiene products, new socks, new underwear, combs, brushes and deodorant. Contact: Jeannette Winkler 402-898-5980
Moving Forward - Clients will move to community-based housing in final preparation for independent living. They will need household items. Suggestions- Cleaning supplies, laundry baskets, towels and twin or full-size bedding, pillows. housewares and kitchen items. Contact: Jeannette Winkler 402-898-5980, Theresa Christensen, 402-898-6067
SENIOR SMILES! Senior Services- Durham Booth Manor and Dora Bingel Sr. Center for low income seniors. Suggested items: Dollar bingo prizes such as postage stamps, greeting cards, jellies, cookies, toilet tissue, facial tissue, canned foods, lotions and body wash. Contact: Cindy Schlegelmilch 402-898-5854
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