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The Salvation Army, NW Division, Seattle, Washington

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Address: 111 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, Washington  98109  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 3500
EIN: 94-1156347
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Mission Statement


To meet human needs in his name without discrimination.

Description


The Salvation Army Northwest Divison - Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana where we are committed to Doing the Most Good with your contributions of money, time, and resources The Salvation Army Northwest Division offers a wide range of social services in 34 towns and cities in Washington, Montana and northern Idaho. In addition, a large network, Service Extension, makes it possible for people in small communities to access Salvation Army emergency services anywhere in the three state region. The Salvation Army is an integral part of each community in which it is located. Along with a network of other organizations and services, The Army exists to meet the needs of the people who live in that community. In more than 100-years of service around the world and here in the Pacific Northwest, The Salvation Army has earned the trust of the communities we are part of and strives to merit continued support. The manner in which need for assistance is verified and the spirit in which help is given are at the heart of Army service. The compassion and understanding shown in an emergency may open the way for assistance with deep-seated problems and long-term deprivation. Needs may be revealed for counseling, placement, day care, rehabilitation, referral, or other help.

The Salvation Army Northwest Divison - Washington, Northern Idaho and Western Montana where we are committed to Doing the Most Good with your contributions of money, time, and resources The Salvation Army Northwest Division offers a wide range of social services in 34 towns and cities in Washington, Montana and northern Idaho. In addition, a large network, Service Extension, makes it possible for people in small communities to access Salvation Army emergency services anywhere in the three state region. The Salvation Army is an integral part of each community in which it is located. Along with a network of other organizations and services, The Army exists to meet the needs of the people who live in that community. In more than 100-years of service around the world and here in the Pacific Northwest, The Salvation Army has earned the trust of the communities we are part of and strives to merit continued support. The manner in which need for assistance is verified and the spirit in which help is given are at the heart of Army service. The compassion and understanding shown in an emergency may open the way for assistance with deep-seated problems and long-term deprivation. Needs may be revealed for counseling, placement, day care, rehabilitation, referral, or other help.

Mission Statement: To meet human needs in his name without discrimination.

Organizational Statement of Faith


The Salvation Army is a branch of the Christian Church with social ministries spanning the globe. Founded in 1865 by William Booth in London, England, The Salvation Army challenged the complacency of Christian churches by forging a tradition of compassionate response to the poor and disenfranchised among us. Following the example of Christ, The Salvation Army believes that worship, witness and service are inseparable. While church membership is not a prerequisite for receiving services, all are encouraged and welcome to attend our churches and to take part in our many spiritual ministries.


Denominational Affiliations


Salvation Army


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Salvation Army


Program Type:


Education/Employment Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No