We're Here For You
No one should be left without during Christmas. We offer assistance, without discrimination, at your neighborhood Salvation Army Corps.
Every Community is Different
The Salvation Army's mission is to serve the needs of each community. Because each community is unique, each center offers different services.
How to Get Help
Locate a center near you below. Contact the local Salvation Army representative to register for Christmas assistance.
The Salvation Army Angel Tree program is a holiday program designed to raise in-kind gifts for a single child whose family is in crisis as a result of unemployment, homelessness, medical issues or other difficult circumstances. Find Out More
Adopt a Family
Adopt-a-Family is a holiday program facilitated by The Salvation Army that pairs up a family in need with a sponsor to “adopt” that family. It is a unique program for families who have experienced a devastating tragedy or crisis during the past year. Find Out More
Online Angel Tree
Our Angel Tree is now online thanks to DayMaker! Read descriptions of local children who would otherwise go without presents this year, purchase an item on their wish list, and it will be shipped directly to their Salvation Army Community Center to be distributed to those special families before Christmas. Find Out More
Toys for Tots
The Salvation Army is proud to collaborate with the Marine Corps Reserve Center's Toys for Tots program in Bell and Pasadena. All toys collected within the Los Angeles area will be distributed through local Salvation Army Community Centers. Those toys will then go to underserved children across Southern California. Find Out More
Services Throughout The Year
For more than 130 years, The Salvation Army of Southern California has provided services and hope to those in need from San Luis Obispo to Orange County. The Salvation Army's history of public service dates back to 1865, over the years it has since evolved into a social service provider of unmatched scope and breadth - delivering assistance to those in need without discrimination
Social services are provided at 40 separate program sites throughout the Southland. There are also 33 Community Centers (Corps) and 43 area Salvation Army Thrift Stores and Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARCs).