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Doing the most good and making a difference

in Fairfield County. Help us in our mission to 'meet human needs without discrimination.'

Welcome to The Salvation Army in Fairfield County, whose history dates back to 1865 when a dynamic Methodist minister took to London's slums to champion the poor and neglected.  The organization's founder, William Booth, began a movement that outlasted his lifetime and changed the face of philanthropy.

Serving locally since 1900, The Salvation Army in Fairfield County provides clothing, food, utility bill assistance, adult day services for seniors and disabled adults, Christmas assistance, meals and many other services to families and people throughout our local communities.

Anyone who walks through our door is served and received with open arms.

Call us today at (740) 687-1921



Need a Pick Up For Your Donation?

Call us at 1-800-SATRUCK (728-7825) to schedule a free pick up or visit us at our household donations website to schedule your pick up online

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