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The Salvation Army has many locations and services:

Administrative & Corps Office (Church)
10291 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers, FL 33919
(239) 278-1551

Red Shield Lodge (Social Services, Family, Medical and Corrections Services)
2400 Edison Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33901
(239) 334-3745

Bob Janes Triage Center (Low Demand Shelter and Veterans’ Services)
2789 Ortiz Ave., Fort Myers, FL 33905
(239) 275-3222 or (239) 791-0110

Outreach Service Center (Evening Meals With Compassion and Food Pantry)
2476 Edison Ave, Fort Myers, FL 33901
(239) 334-3745

Bonita Springs Mission Station
26820 Old U.S. 41 Rd.., Bonita Springs, FL 34135
(239) 948-5200
Services offered at the Bonita Outreach Center>>>

Clewiston Outreach Center
969 W. Sugarland Hwy, Clewiston, FL 33440
(863) 233-6190
Services offered at the Clewiston Outreach Center>>>

LaBelle Outreach Center
133 N. Bridge St. LaBelle, FL 33935
(863) 674-1441
Services offered at the LaBelle Outreach Center>>>

Lehigh Acres Outreach Center
25 Homestead Road, Unit 42A, Lehigh Acres, FL 33936
(239) 491-6071

Make Donations and shop at our Family Stores (thrift stores)
(239) 337-0955 or (800) SA-TRUCK 1-800-728-7825

Become a Volunteer

WAYS WE HELP

The Salvation Army is serving more people in the United States than ever before. We are already seeing large increases in the number of Americans seeking the basic necessities of life – food, shelter, and warmth. Approximately 30 million people received help from The Salvation Army last year.

Schedule your donation pick-up at your convenience. Schedule Now!

Did you know that we accept vehicle donations? Click here for more information.

Family Thrift Stores – Two locations to serve you

Drop Off Items and Shop at These Stores

4506 Del Prado S., Cape Coral (239) 540-0265
15418 S. Tamiami Tr., Ft. Myers (239) 267-9652

Monday - 9:00  - 5:00 pm

Tuesday - 9:00  - 5:00 pm

Wednesday - 9:00  - 6:00 pm

Thursday - 9:00  - 6:00 pm

Friday - 9:00  - 6:00 pm

Saturday 9:00 -5:00 pm

Your donations to our Family Stores lead to sales which fully fund Crossroads, our faith-based residential substance abuse program. Help us put people on the road to recovery.

Furniture, clothing, housewares, appliances, antiques, collectibles, and more! You want it? We have it at a fantastic price. Have it but don’t need it? We’ll take it.

Need to do some household cleaning but can’t bear to throw away a favorite sweater you don’t wear anymore or a comfy recliner you no longer have room for?

We accept clean, gently used furniture, housewares, bedding, bikes, kitchen items, jewelry, clothing, electronics in working condition, tools, sporting goods, and cars, boats, motorcycles in running condition.

Drop Off Items at the Following Locations

  • 10291 McGregor Blvd, Fort Myers 33919
  • 15418 S. Tamiami Trail, Fort Myers 33908
  • 4506 Del Prado Blvd, Cape Coral 33904 (from 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.)
  • 2581 Palm Ave, Fort Myers 33916
  • 26820 Old U.S. 41, Bonita Springs 34135

Call for a Pick-up (239) 337-0955

Vehicle Donations

When you donate your car to The Salvation Army, you’re helping us heal broken lives and assist individuals on the road to recovery. Your used vehicle will help change the road ahead for someone who’s lost direction. Proceeds from the sale of your donated automobile are used to help fund Crossroads, our addiction recovery program.

Please call (239) 337-0955, and we will pick up your car, boat, truck, motorcycle or RV at no charge to you. When we pick up your vehicle, we will provide you with an IRS-approved receipt for your donation. Additional information will be mailed after your vehicle has been sold.

To volunteer at our Family Thrift Stores. Call Kris Volpone at (239) 278-1551.

Family’s very special Christmas tree warming hearts in northeast Florida By: Brad Rowland
With the holiday season approaching and the potential for colder temperatures, a fourth-grade student named Zoey Brown sprang into action.
Zoey, who attends PVPV-Rawlings Elementary School in Ponte Vedra, Florida, was inspired by The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program and, with a bit of help from her family, she created the “Tree of Warmth,” attracting attention from across the Jacksonville area.
Zoey, whose grandmother, Pam Brown, is the sister of Major Candice Biggers, drew her initial inspiration from an otherwise innocuous conversation during a family dinner.
“From my understanding, the trigger for this initiative was a conversation we were having during dinner with Pam, her husband, Steve, and their grandchildren,” said Major Keath Biggers, Jacksonville area commander.
“We were discussing the Angel Tree, and one of the children, Bronx, began calling it the ‘Homeless Tree’ by mistake. We..

Tallahassee meets community, stays prepared with ‘Feed the Need’ program By: Brad Rowland
With Hurricanes Hermine, Irma and Michael making landfall in the area within the last half-decade, The Salvation Army of Tallahassee, Florida, is all too familiar with on-the-ground disaster work. With that as the backdrop, the Army saw an opportunity to both maintain its readiness for emergency disaster services and serve the population of Leon, Gadsden and Wakulla counties on a regular basis.
The result is the “Feed the Need” program, deploying each week to serve hot meals in the community and address an emerging local issue of food insecurity. Simultaneously, these deployments allow The Salvation Army to stay sharp, expanding a volunteer base and maintaining crucial equipment for a time when an immediate need arises.
“Our goals for ‘Feed The Need’ are two-fold,” said Julie Smith, social services program coordinator in Tallahassee. “First, we can meet the needs of people in our community that..

The Salvation Army helps Houston woman overcome obstacles, achieve her dream career at NASA Mejean had always loved everything about space, NASA, and technology, but her dream to go to college kept getting postponed.
First, she began a career in law enforcement to help her family with finances, and then she became a mother of two. She always held on to her dream of becoming an engineer and joining NASA, though. She decided to pursue her dream shortly after becoming a mom.
Her family had always been “just okay” living paycheck to paycheck, but after Mejean quit her job to become a full-time student, things became harder for her family. Her husband, Ray, became the sole breadwinner.
Then tragedy struck.
Mejean was hit by a car. Ray quit his job immediately to take care of his wife and tend to her every need. At the time, Mejean was a University of Houston student pursuing a computer engineering degree. The bills began to pile up, and their finances spiraled out of control. They lost ..

Lee Hendry & Glade Counties

Fort Myers Area Command
10291 McGregor Boulevard
Fort Myers, FL 33919

Phone

(239) 278-1551

There’s Another Way To Give

Donate Your Vehicle

AVOID THE HASSLES OF SELLING OR REPAIRING
YOUR VEHICLE ALTOGETHER WHEN YOU DONATE IT