DOING THE MOST GOOD®

Lee, Hendry, & Glades County

Forgotten Angel Needs

 Every year nearly 15% of the Angels adopted are not returned. Our forgotten Angels program helps make sure that no child misses the joy a Christmas gift can bring.

NEWBORN – 2 YEARS

Developmental toys                             Book                                        Soft Toys

Musical Toys                                       Umbrella Stroller                     Sensory Toys

Pack n’ Play                                         Tummy Time Mat                  Building Toys

2-4 YEARS

Educational Toys                                 Books                                      Games

Toy Cars                                              Toy Train                                Riding Toy

Kitchen Set                                          Baby Doll                                Sensory Toys

Balls and Sports Toys                           Building Toys                          Paw Patrol Toys

Disney Movie Themed Toys               Dress-up Toys/Costumes

5-7 YEARS

Action Figures                                      Building Sets                            Games

Remote Control Cars                           Scooter w/Helmet                    Dollhouse

Kids digital camera                               Nerf Toys                                Musical Instruments

Hatchimals                                           Art Supplies

8-11 YEARS  

Youth Sports Equipment                     Handheld Game                      Building Set

Karaoke Machine                                 Arts & Crafts Set                     Hair & Nails Tools

Board Games                                       STEM Toys                             Outdoor/Lawn Games

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 - 10:00  - 6:00 pm

Tuesday - 10:00  - 6:00 pm

Wednesday - 9:00  - 6:00 pm

Thursday - 10:00  - 6:00 pm

Friday - 10:00  - 6:00 pm

Saturday 10:00 -6:00 pm

Your donations to our Family Stores lead to sales which help fight for good against homelessness and hunger through our outreach centers and shelters.

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
  • 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 and stable housing. 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 fight for good against homelessness and hunger through our outreach centers and shelters.

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 or email at 

Volunteer Today

in Lee, Hendry, and Glades Counties

Volunteers are the lifeblood of The Salvation Army.

Featured Volunteer Opportunities:
  • Bell Ringers for Red Kettle Season!
    • Visit RegisterToRing.com to see opportunities for families, organizations, churches, businesses, and students to make an impact while serving together.
Carmen Holt- Volunteer for Good

When you volunteer with The Salvation Army, you're doing the most good for local communites and the most GOOD FOR YOU!-Carmen Holt volunteers her time at the Bonita Springs Salvation Army helping unload food trucks, packing food boxes for families, and embracing all the blessings God has provided.To learn what ways you can bless others with your time, visit http://bit.ly/SalArmyVolunteer2020

Posted by The Salvation Army of Lee, Hendry, & Glades Counties on Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Emergency Disaster Services Volunteer

The Salvation Army is here before, during, and after the storm!

Our volunteers are trained and ready to deploy when disaster strikes! The Salvation Army aims to walk alongside survivors of a disaster providing food and hydration and spiritual and emotional care.

Please click here to create a profile and take the Introductory class right now, online. Be sure to indicate Fort Myers as your affiliation.

The First 72

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services deployed 10 mobile feeding units (canteens) from all over Florida to respond to Hurricane Sally. Including our Fort Myers location and its volunteers!Within the first 72 hours The Salvation Army has provided:25,231 - meals 16,966 - drinks 20,110 - snacks 170 - cleaning kits 236 people have recieved prayers and emotional care and 7 people gave their life to Christ!learn more at disaster.salvationarmyusa.org#hurricanesally #salvationarmyEDS #emergencydisastersevices #LoveGodLoveOthers

Posted by The Salvation Army of Lee, Hendry, & Glades Counties on Monday, September 21, 2020

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.

Contact Form | Florida Division

If your location isn't listed, please choose the location nearest you.

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

love thy neighbor

During the darkest times of the pandemic, Amy was driving back from the grocery store with a car full of food and supplies for her and her family when she spotted a line of people waiting for food at The Salvation Army. She called the location and learned how many people were out of work […]

Spanish Flu

In 1918, The Salvation Army was at the height of its international popularity. Its war work during the Great War (WWI) was exemplary and recognized by governments across the globe. National Commander Evangeline Booth received the Distinguished Service medal from General John J. Pershing for all of the work that the Army did in France. The combat was soon to shift to an unseen enemy. The Great War had prepared the Army for a new challenge.
The Spanish flu was an unusually deadly influenza pandemic. Lasting from January 1918 to December 1920, it is considered one of the deadliest epidemics in human history.
In New York, Lillian Wald, a pioneer nurse, called for help and the Army answered. Wald mobilized a multitude of nurses, organizations, church groups, municipal bureaucracies, civic entities and social agencies into a Nurses’ Emergency Council. The group assembled volunteer nurses and enlisted women who could support them by answering phones, accompanying nurses and doctors on home ..

Salvation Army truck driver honored to do his part By: Philip Burn
As a truck driver for The Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center in Dallas, Texas, Richard Alvarez typically spends his days collecting donations of furniture, clothes and household items from the homes and businesses of generous donors. But for the last three weeks, Alvarez has been delivering much needed personal protective equipment in his Salvation Army truck to hospitals and essential workers in Dallas.
“I was proud to be asked to deliver PPE for of The Salvation Army,” said Alvarez. “It’s good to know what I’m doing is helping staff in hospitals and other locations who look after people and save lives.”
The Salvation Army is partnering with the Texas Division of Emergency Management to provide transportation of essential PPE in cities throughout the state. Deliveries are made to strategic locations including hospitals and other essential services directly affected by the increased demands caused by the COVI..

Lee Hendry & Glade Counties

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

Phone

(239) 278-1551

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