Our bottom line is measured in changed lives, rather than dollars.
Helping those in need in the Broward County community is The Salvation Army’s primary goal. The Salvation Army is effective because of its strong partnership with donors and volunteers. Emergency assistance, shelter and community feedings available at our Fort Lauderdale and Hollywood locations are made possible by individual contributions, corporate, foundation and government grants, and in-kind donations.
How are Salvation Army programs and services funded?
Contributions from Individuals 58%
Government Grants and Contracts 20%
In-Kind Donations 9%
Foundations and Corporations 8%
Program Service Fees/Other Revenue 3%
United Way 1%
Special Fundraising Events 1%
The Salvation Army of Broward County also operates an Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC) that serves recovering male addicts and prepares them for their transition back into the community and self-sufficiency. It is supported by The Salvation Army family stores as well as proceeds from auto and boat auctions held on the premises. We pledge to maintain the highest standards of financial accountability, and The Salvation Army is a long-term charter member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.