Working To Make Ends Meet

There are many families on our community who are struggling to make ends meet.  Often, parents are working but aren’t financially prepared for an emergency or unexpected loss of income.

Help A Family In Need

We meet daily with people who come to our local Community Centers and Family Service Bureau (downtown) seeking various forms of assistance. We offer food from our pantries, clothing vouchers, bus tokens, or utility and rent assistance.

During the winter months, we administer the HeatShare program funded by Duke Energy and its generous customers.  These funds ensure that people don’t lose their electric.


Looking For Help?

We provide services to families and individuals regardless of race, creed, color, sex, gender, religious affiliation or age. Clients may be self-referred or referred by agencies, friends, relatives or other interested parties. Walk-ins are received based on the schedule at each Community Center.

 Find a local Community Center near you.


To apply for HeatShare assistance, please call The Salvation Army HeatShare line at 513-762-5636.