The Salvation Army expanded to Canadian County in 1927 and has been a part of this community throughout the years. Now residing on S. Rock Island in El Reno, The Salvation Army Service Center is here to continue helping the community at their point of need.
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The Salvation Army was first established in Cleveland County in 1892 in Norman with a Corps, a Salvation Army church. The Salvation Army Officers began reaching the community through sharing God’s Word and love. The Norman Corps today is a vibrant congregation with weekly youth activities, men’s and women’s fellowships, Bible studies and much more.
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The Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club serves families and children ages 6-17 on the southeast side of Oklahoma City. Our goal is for all of our members to be academically successful, lead healthy lives, and develop great character and citizenship by growing in faith. We offer after-school and full-day programs, homework help, year round sports programs, classes in drama, dance, music, visual arts, digital arts, and photography, and a host of fun physical activities.
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When you donate goods to The Salvation Army, those items are then sold at our Family Stores. The proceeds are used to fund our Adult Rehabilitation Centers, where those struggling with drugs and alcohol find help, hope, and a second chance at life.
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Our team offers a variety of gift and estate planning services to make charitable giving simple and flexible. We will work with you to help determine the giving option that will provide the maximum tax advantages, has the greatest long-term charitable benefit and best meets your needs.