Monetary gifts provide The Salvation Army resources to provide care to those who come to us for help every day. We are grateful for gifts of support including checks, money orders, and credit card donations, which can be given through our secured online donation site, through the mail, or by phone. By making a cash donation to The Salvation Army, you may be able to claim a charitable deduction in the year you make the gift.
We are truly grateful and appreciative for every gift we receive in support of our mission and ministry. Thank you for your support.
Please mail checks or money orders made payable to The Salvation Army to:
The Salvation Army
114 East Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Make a donation by credit card, or call Linda Baker at (513) 762-5600.
An alternative method for making an online donation is through The Salvation Army's partnership with Fifth-Third Bank.
Those who are customers of Fifth-Third Bank and use the online bill payment system can now include The Salvation Army in their charitable gifting activities.
While online paying bills at www.53.com, simply choose The Salvation Army from among those listed on the Common Payee list.
For many, it is convenient and budget friendly to provide an on-going/once a month contribution to The Salvation Army. We encourage you to consider a recurring monthly donation to The Salvation Army as a True Neighbor. Your support helps to provide steady and continuous help to hungry families, ailing seniors, veterans and anyone who comes to us in need.
To become a True Neighbor simply click here
Some financial vehicles provide the opportunity for you to donate funds to help the mission of The Salvation Army while providing income for yourself. These vehicles include:
For an effective, interactive way to see how one of these vehicles can benefit you, visit our Planned Giving Website:
STOCKS OR BONDS
Giving stocks or bonds to The Salvation Army in Greater Cincinnati may provide you with powerful tax benefits. If you have owned securities for more than one year and the fair market value has increased since you purchased them, you can avoid capital gains tax and receive a charitable gift income tax deduction equal to the fair market value.
A gift of real estate that has been held for more than a year also has the advantage of providing you with a charitable deduction based on the current fair market value, as well as bypassing capital gains tax on the appreciation.
For more information about gifting stocks, bonds or real estate, please see the applicable documents attached below, or call The Salvation Army Donor Relations office at 513-762-5600.