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The Salvation Army Clarksburg WV, Clarksburg, West Virginia

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Address: 1010 S. Chestnut St.
Clarksburg, West Virginia  26301  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 300
Number of People Being Served: 3000
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Mission Statement


Dedicated to Doing The Most Good, The Salvation Army of Clarksburg serves Harrison, Upshur, Lewis, Dodgeridge and Gilmer counties through various programs and services intended to meet human needs without discrimination. Across the Unites States over 33 million Americans rely on the services provided by The Salvation Army. We are an international 501(c) (3) Christian nonprofit organization with a mission to serve those less fortunate, and with a strong commitment to our communities. The Salvation Army of Clarksburg utilizes 88.4 cents of every dollar donated in direct services for our residents. Among the programs and services we provide at our 17 area locations are:

Mission Statement: Dedicated to Doing The Most Good, The Salvation Army of Clarksburg serves Harrison, Upshur, Lewis, Dodgeridge and Gilmer counties through various programs and services intended to meet human needs without discrimination. Across the Unites States over 33 million Americans rely on the services provided by The Salvation Army. We are an international 501(c) (3) Christian nonprofit organization with a mission to serve those less fortunate, and with a strong commitment to our communities. The Salvation Army of Clarksburg utilizes 88.4 cents of every dollar donated in direct services for our residents. Among the programs and services we provide at our 17 area locations are:

Organizational Statement of Faith


Acclaimed worldwide for its broad humanitarian service and outreach, The Salvation Army has an impressive history as a religious and charitable organization which dates back to 1865, when it was founded by William Booth to minister to the homeless in Victorian England. Booth's compassion for society's outcasts sparked a spiritual and social revolution. To this day, the organization still upholds the code and doctrine formalized by its founder. The Salvation Army officially began its United States ministry on March 10, 1880, in Battery Park in New York City, when the first street meeting was held.


Denominational Affiliations


Salvation Army


Local Affiliation



Organizational Affiliations


Salvation Army


Program Type:


Other Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


Yes