Locations and Contact

Area Commanders Majors Roy and Kathy Williams

1907 NW 38th Street

 Miami, FL 33142

Telephone: (305) 637-6700

Majors Josue & Gilda Prieto

911 West Flagler Street

Miami, FL 33130 

Telephone: (305) 545-9164

Majors David & Raquel Lorenzo

361 NW 67th Street

Miami, FL 33150

Telephone: (305) 757-1509

Fax: (305) 758-0997

Major Teresa Della Monica

8445 SW 72nd Street

Miami, FL 33143

Telephone: (305) 270-9373

Majors Mark and LaNelle Winters

2236 NW Miami Court, Miami, Fl 33127

Telephone: (305) 573-4200

FAX: (305) 573-4208

2021-2022 Advisory Board

The duty of the Advisory Board is to advise and assist The Salvation Army in all its activities, programs, and services in the community. We thank all our Advisory Board members, current and past for their support of The Salvation Army.

Miami Advisory Board

Executive Members

Ray Barreto, Chairman

Karen Godfrey, Finance Chairman

Karyn Cunningham, 2nd Vice Chairman and Development Committee Chair

Newall Daughtrey, Lifetime Member

Fernanda Kuchkarian, Program Committee Chair

Natividad Soto, Property Committee Chair

2021-2022 Advisory Board Members:

Dan Arguellas

Dory Caplin

Dana Clay

Juan V. Collado

Michael Connor

Valerie Dacks

Christa Dotson Dean

Larry Gautier

Oliver Gilbert

Harvey Goldman

Owen  Harvey

Diana Kassabov

Thomas Kenny

Justin Lindsey

Jack Lowell

Stuart A. MacMillan

Thomas Overby

Lawrence Percival

Shellie Ransom-Jackson

Bruce Ross

Benjamin Salz

Eli Silva

Natividad Soto

Clark Spurrier

Life Members:

Dana Clay- Joined 1970

Newall Daughtrey - Joined 1982

Edward Easton- Joined 1981

Jack Lowell - Joined 1986

Past Advisory Board Chairs

Albert Dotson*

Matt Riggs

Graham Miller*

Jack Lowell

Charlie Babcock*

Edward Easton

Roger Barreto*

Charles Whitcomb*

Ray Goode*

* Denotes a deceased member

Emeritus Members

Albert Dotson

Bowman Brown

Dane Jean Loach

Interested in becoming a part of The Salvation Army Advisory Board?

Please reach out to the Director of Development, Alicia Powell at Alicia.Powell@uss.SalvationArmy.org.

The Center of Hope 

Doing the most good takes place 24/7 and at the Salvation Army, our doors are open every day, and night of the year. Through our emergency housing facilities, homeless shelters, transitional living centers, group homes, and family shelters, we provide over 10 million nights of lodging annually.

In addition to supplying shelter from the elements, beds, food, and basic hygiene resources to those in need, we help combat long-term homelessness in America by serving homeless adults, veterans, and children with holistic physical, emotional, and spiritual support.

Pathway of Hope Program

Poverty in the U.S. is an epidemic and includes one in five children, according to the latest Census figures. Children who live in poverty for half their childhood are 32 times more likely to remain in poverty (according to The Urban Institute).

The Salvation Army works with many of these families by addressing immediate needs. Pathway of Hope is the next step for us to help them break the cycle of poverty.

Health Resource Center

The Health Resource Center on-site at the Center of Hope shelter operates every weekday in partnership with Camillus Health Concern to provide residents with primary health care.

It was established through the hard work, dedication and support of the Health Foundation of South Florida, Camillus Health Concern and other community partners. As residents work to secure stable housing they also can access immediate medical treatment at the center for acute and chronic conditions to improve their health and wellbeing. Residents can also access specialists at Camillus Health Concern and long-term primary care there following shelter discharge.

The Health Resource Center serves about 40 residents a month and has dramatically reduced preventable and costly emergency room visits.

Emergency Disaster Service Command Center

The Salvation Army began helping disaster survivors after a major hurricane hit Galveston, TX in September 1900.

Since then, The Salvation Army has responded to numerous natural disasters, transportation accidents, civil unrest situations, and terrorist attacks. By providing beverages, meals, and emotional and spiritual care to first responders and survivors, The Salvation Army strives to bring hope and healing to people who find themselves in the midst of extremely difficult situations.

Adult Rehabilitation Center (ARC)

The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers provide spiritual, social, and emotional assistance for men who are facing challenges coping with their problems and providing for themselves and their families.

Each center offers residential housing, work, and group and individual therapy, all in a clean, wholesome environment. The physical and spiritual care that program participants receive prepares them to re-enter society and return to gainful employment.

Many of those who successfully complete the rehabilitation program are reunited with their families and resume a normal life.

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Music & Creative Arts

Whether it’s playing in a brass band, singing in a choir, participating in a praise band in Sunday worship, or dancing and performing dramatizations, these programs provide participants with a lifetime of fulfillment through musical excellence with spiritual purpose. Trained staff pursue this mission through educational, performance, and resourcing efforts that benefit local music and arts programs, and through the administrative work and professional development of program leaders.

The Miami Area Command Music and Creative Arts programs are open to kids starting at the age of 6 to 18 and are hosted at various locations across Miami-Dade.

For information on our programs or to sign up visit here.

For more information please Contact

Mozart Charles
Music & Youth Director

Camp Keystone

Many children from low-income families rarely experience life outside their immediate neighborhood. That’s why The Salvation Army’s annual summer camp programs are so important. Every year, thousands of kids get a fresh perspective on life as they meet new friends, discover new activities, and get a taste of the great outdoors. As campers learn to swim, play sports, create music, make art, and scout, their trained counselors help them navigate the complicated emotions and struggles often associated with their lives back home.

Anti-Human Trafficking Initiative

For more than two centuries, The Salvation Army has stood firmly behind women and children subjected to organized commercial sexual exploitation. In the 1800s, we pioneered an undercover sex trafficking investigation, which directly shaped the Criminal Law Amendment Act of 1885. By 1900, The Salvation Army had created over 100 “rescue homes” throughout London to help those fleeing prostitution. Over a century later, we remain fully committed to abolishing the sex trade from every corner of the world.

WAYS TO GIVE

Contribute

The funds raised are used in your local community where the needs are the greatest. You can also become a Monthly Sustainer or give an Honor/Memorial gift.

To donate by phone, please call: 1-800-SAL-ARMY (1-800-725-2769). Credit card donations are accepted via phone.

To donate by mail, The Salvation Army of Miami-Dade | 1907 NW 38th St., Miami, FL 33142

To donate through our website, please visit here.

To learn about Planned Giving, Wills, Gift Annuity, and Trusts opportunities please contact Gary Erhard at (813)376-5253, gary.erhard@uss.salvationarmy.org or visit SalvationArmyFlorida.org/planned-giving-wills-gift-annuity/

To learn about current Major Gift donations of Cash, Stocks, Mutual Funds, IRA Rollover, Real Estate, Endowment Naming Opportunities, Commodities, Art, Collectables please contact Clyde Preston at 954-856-5391, clyde.preston@uss.salvationarmy.org.

REGISTRY FOR GOOD

HOMELESS SUPPLIES FOR MIAMI-DADE COUNTY

Help us provide the necessities from clothing to personal care kits for those who come to our shelter with nothing.

By shopping on the Registry for Good, you can make a purchase and have it sent directly to The Salvation Army guaranteeing your support goes directly to a family or individual in Miami-Dade County.

Apple Tree Program

(School supply distribution)

More than 350,000 kids head back to school every year in Miami-Dade County. Working together with community partners, The Salvation Army makes it possible for some local families to confidently send their children to school, knowing they are equipped with the necessary supplies.

You can become a corporate sponsor by hosting a school supplies drive, sponsoring backpacks, and monetary support.

Learn more about the program here!

Donate Goods

When you donate goods to The Salvation Army, those items are then sold at our Family Stores. And 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.

Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) or visit satruck.org to schedule a pick-up and find the location near you.

Red Kettle Challenge

The Salvation Army exists to meet human needs without discrimination in every ZIP code across the United States. Funds from the Red Kettle Challenge go directly to helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness or those on the verge of homelessness by providing nourishment, shelter, compassion, and care through the holiday season and beyond.

To learn more on how you or your group can sponsor a Red Kettle please visit RegisterToRing.com.

Virtual Red Kettles

Individuals, companies, schools, and churches can accept the challenge of the Red Kettle Challenge and create a team to raise $1000. By raising funds at a business or with a virtual team, the Red Kettle can go further than ever before!

Registration for 2022 coming in October!

Angel Tree Program

(Christmas toy distribution)

This program strives to make Christmas memorable for children and families throughout Miami-Dade County. Anonymous donors adopt these little “angels” in an expanding Christmas tradition that makes the season brighter for both the gift giver and receiver. You can become a corporate sponsor by providing new, unwrapped gifts, monetary support or by putting an “Angel Tree” in your corporate office.

For more information go here or contact flamia.angeltree@uss.salvationarmy.org or 305-637-6700 for more information.

Become a Volunteer

Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army! Here you will find information about applying to be a volunteer. Whether you are looking for a one-time opportunity or something ongoing, read on to learn how you can sign up and do the most good in your community.

If you have any questions about volunteering or are interested in volunteering with a group please email Alicia Powell at Alicia.Powell@USS.SalvationArmy.org or call (305) 637-7851 at any time.

Food Pantry

Our Food Pantry serves an average of 60-80 households with bagged groceries each day.

Helpers – Volunteers are needed to assist with sorting, bagging and distributing groceries.

Food Truck Assistant

Volunteer assistance is needed by our Food Pantry Coordinator with food pickups. Every Monday, The Salvation Army picks up pantry items from Farm Share in Homestead to be used during weekly distributions. The volunteer will meet at Miami Area Command, ride in the box truck to assist in picking up pantry items, and bring the items back to Miami Area Command.

Heavy lifting is required.

Emergency Disaster Services (EDS)

The best resource we have in an emergency is trained volunteers.  Joining The Salvation Army of Miami on the Emergency Disaster Services team is a great way to get involved and see the mission in action.

One way to get involved with EDS is as a Canteen volunteer.  The Canteen is the vehicle that The Salvation Army sends to local emergencies and to disaster-stricken areas to serve food and beverage to survivors and service workers. Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve food and beverages, drive and set up the vehicle and clean and maintain the vehicle.

Short-term assignments are usually up to a 24 hour period and long-term opportunities usually last up to 14 days.

Sign up to volunteer with the EDS team here.

Bell Ringing

Income from our red kettles supports our seasonal activities as well as other programs that benefit struggling individuals and families.  Businesses, churches, civic clubs, schools, families, friends and individuals can sign up to ring online and be a participant at any of our locations across Miami-Dade County.  There are many 2-hour, half-day, full-day and full week slots available.  Sign up early to get your preferred location and dates!

Visit www.registertoring.com for more information and sign up today!

Christmas Drivers 

Volunteers with a clean driving record needed Monday through Saturday for pickup and delivery of items that assists the success of the delivery of the Christmas Programs.  You must be able to lift, carry, load and unload at least 50 lbs.

Christmas Driver Assistants

Volunteers are needed Monday through Saturday to assist the driver with pickup and delivery of items that contributes to the success of the delivery of the Christmas Programs.  You must be able to lift, carry, load and unload at least 50 lbs.

3rd Annual Jump for Good

Date: November 12, 2022
Location: Elysian Stables
5895 SW 125 Ave., Miami, FL 33183

Majors David and Raquel Lorenzo
361 NW 67th Street
Miami, FL 33150
t: (305) 757-1509
f: (305) 758-0997

Food Distribution (Walk & Drive-Up)

  • Every 3rd Thursday of the month (10:00 AM -1:00 PM)

Sunday

  • 11:00 AM | United Service (English/Spanish)

Starting May 1:

  • 9:30 AM | Spanish Language Service
  • 11:00 AM | English Language Service

Monday

Starting May 1:

  • 7:00 PM | Men’s Club

Tuesday

  • Zoom Bible Study

Wednesday

  • 5:30 PM | Club 316
  • 6:30 PM- 8:00 PM | Community Band Program (Through May 11, 2022)
  • 7:30 PM | Spanish Bible Study

Thursday

  • 7:00 PM | English Bible Study

Friday

  • 6:00 PM | Women’s Ministries
    • TBD Spanish Women’s Ministries 1-2 times monthly

Major Teresa Della Monica
8445 SW 72nd Street
Miami, FL 33143
t. (305) 270-9373
f. (305) 270-9377

Food Distribution:

Wednesday | 2 PM- 4 PM

Services

Sunday

10:00 AM| Sunday School & Corps Cadets Class

11:00 AM | Holiness Services

11:30 AM | Children’s Church & Jr. Soldier Class

Wednesday 

7:00 PM- 8:00 PM | Women’s Ministries & Men’s Ministries

Majors Josue & Gilda Prieto
911 West Flagler Street
Miami, FL 33130
t. (305) 545-9164

Food Distribution

  • Every Thursday | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Schedule & Services:
Sunday Services
  • 9:45 AM | Devotional
  • 10:00 AM |  Sunday school
  • 11:00 AM | Holiness

Wednesday

  • 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM | Women’s Ministries (Ministerios Femeninos)
    • 9:30 am Coffee Time (Tiempo del Cafecito)
    • 10:00 am Bible Study (Estudio Bíblico)
    • 10:30 am Home League (Liga del Hogar)
    • 12:00 pm Snack Time (Bocadillos)
  • 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM | Corps Cadet and Junior Soldier

Friday

  • 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM | Music programs

Majors Roy & Kathy Williams
1907 NW 38th St
Miami, FL 33142
t. (305) 637-6700

Food Distribution:

  • Food Pantry | Tuesday – Friday | 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
  • Social Services | Monday- Friday | 9:00 AM- 4:30 PM

Majors Mark and LaNelle Winters
2236 NW Miami Court
Miami, Fl 33127
t. (305) 573-4200
f. (305) 573-4208

What is the ARC?

The Salvation Army’s Adult Rehabilitation Centers offer people a second chance, an opportunity to start again. Each ARC center provides men with individual and group counseling, training in job skills, and other tools for rebuilding positive lifestyles. Each in-residence program provides residents with clean, comfortable living facilities. Regular meals, medical check-ups, and Alcoholics Anonymous programs combine to make each center a place for new beginnings.

Unlike many rehabilitation programs, these centers are self-supporting. By collecting donations of clothing and household items, these items are brought to the center’s workshops where they are repaired and refurbished, then resold in Salvation Army family stores.

The centers are open to all regardless of race, color, or religious belief. Women’s centers are also available.

To learn more or find an ARC near you visit the ARC website.

Registration is now open.

You can register online or in person at your local Salvation Army Corps

If you have additional questions or concerns regarding our 2022 Music Program, please reach out to your local Corps or reach out to Mozart Charles at mozart.charles@uss.salvationarmy.org.

Fall Music Program:

When: September – November 2022

Who: Students aged 7-15

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Year-Round Music Program

  • Please see the class location and recital information listed below. Dates are subject to change.

Citadel Corps (Little Havana/Downtown):  911 West Flagler St., Miami, FL 33130

  • Classes Run: September – November 2022
  • Recital: TBD
  • (305) 545-9164 

Sunset Corps: 8445 SW 72nd St., Miami, FL 33143

  • Classes Run: September – November 2022
  • Recital: TBD
  • (305) 270-9373

Miami North Corps361 NW 67th St., Miami, FL 33150

  • Classes Run: September – November 2022
  • Recital: TBD
  • (305) 757-1509

Thank you to Dunspaugh-Dalton for supporting the Salvation Army Health Resource Center.

July 20, 2022 – The Salvation Army Miami Area Command has recently partnered up with the Dunspaugh-Dalton Foundation of Coral Gables to provide increased healthcare to clients within the community. Their recent donation has assisted in helping us provide care for those served at the Health Resource Center.

Three out of four of the uninsured population are in poverty. The lack of insurance and deprivation results in individuals foregoing preventative care. Those in need are more likely to wait until their health conditions are severe before taking action and pursuing medical attention.

In 2019, the Salvation Army announced the grand opening of the Health Resource Center. With the assistance of community partners including the Health Foundation of South Florida and Camillus Health Concern, the Health Resource Center was made possible and continues to be a vital medical access point for the residents within the shelter. Residents and clients are able to receive more healthcare assistance without the hassle of transportation and delayed 911 dispatch.

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The Salvation Army of Miami Receives Grant from the Suncoast Credit Union

(Miami, FL) (May 3, 2022) – The Salvation Army of Miami is proud to announce the receipt of a Suncoast Credit Union Foundation grant for $10,000 to help serve families in the Pathway of Hope program.

 On the surface, The Salvation Army and Suncoast Credit Union may not seem like they have a lot in common, but in reality, they both have a commitment to improving the lives of children and families in Florida. This grant will help provide extended practical support for families with children at the Miami Area Command’s emergency shelter and in the community to break the cycle of poverty.

The Pathway of Hope program was established by The Salvation Army in 2015 and was launched at the Miami Area Command in 2019. The program goal is to meet the immediate needs of families and help them identify long-term, sustainable and holistic solutions to increase stability. Case managers meet with clients biweekly over two years to overcome challenges like unemployment, unstable housing, and lack of education and work towards increased self-sufficiency and identified goals. Suncoast partners with Salvation Army Miami to support families at a critical time with a housing affordability crisis declared April 8 by Miami-Dade County. Suncoast serves 40 counties across the state and is Florida’s largest credit union.

The grant will be used to help provide financial support to families to rebuild their lives and build a solid base as they find housing and work through the program. Families will see their income increase and work to rise out of poverty, which will benefit children who when in poverty for over half their childhood are 32 times more likely to be in poverty as an adult.

Poverty in the United States is an epidemic that includes one in five children. Together, Suncoast Credit Union and The Salvation Army will be able to fund more stories of hope and address the challenges of poverty one family at a time.

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West Kendall Toyota

South Dade Toyota (Homestead)

Teaming Up With Toyota!

Miami, FL. – (March 2022)

For a third year, the Toyota Lexus Minority Owners Dealership Association (TLMODA) renewed its national partnership with The Salvation Army to address the increasing food insecurity challenges families face across the country during spring break. The Salvation Army of Miami is proud to be involved with two of the twenty-six dealerships across the nation that are taking part in the movement!

“Many families depend on school lunches to help feed their children on a daily basis, so when schools close, food insecurity can be a grueling reality. Through our partnership with TLMODA, those essential needs are met for thousands of families in our communities,” said The Salvation Army National Commander, Commissioner Kenneth Hodder.

By working with local Toyota dealerships in West Kendall and Homestead, food boxes were distributed to more communities in need. Over the course of two days, the distributions taking place at the West Kendall Toyota and South Dade Toyota dealerships handed out 400 boxes of food.

We are thankful to our partners at Toyota for their commitment to this day of service and for helping us tackle food insecurity across Miami-Dade County.

You can check out more of the photos from both distributions here.

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A Miami Heat Filled Holiday

Miami, FL. – (December 24, 2021)

On Christmas Eve, a special guest visited The Salvation Army of Miami’s Center of Hope. Tyler Herro, from the Miami Heat came to spread the holiday cheer, serve meals, and deliver presents to our families who are currently calling the Center of Hope home.

Herro took the time to visit with all our families and even the staff who keep the shelter running.

Pictures don’t fully capture how much this visit meant to the families and staff this Christmas season! The impact of this visit will be felt not only during the holiday season but year-round.

Tyler and his team are truly out doing the most good and we at The Salvation Army are so thankful!

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A Home for the Holidays

Miami, FL. – (December 8, 2021)

In May of 2021, a man named Mr. V came to the Salvation Army looking for help. Not only was he dealing with homelessness, but he was also blind. Enter the case management team at The Salvation Army. Over the next six months, his team helped him navigate the system to find sustainable and holistic solutions to find housing, benefits, and independent life.

The Salvation Army was able to provide a temporary home for Mr. V., but even more importantly, by being at The Center of Hope he was able to work daily with his case managers to achieve his goals. Together, they were able to get his social security straightened out to receive payments, which in turn provided a stable footing to live independently.

Securing benefits was only part of what was needed to bring Mr. V out of his literal dark place, regaining his vision would be next. Working with his case management team, they were able to secure a free trial eye surgery to help Mr. V regain some of his vision and provide him with more independence.

For Pamela, one of his case managers, benefits and vision restoration wasn’t enough. “I realized, that since Mr. V had an income and he could see, we should try our luck at housing,” Pamela said. In August of 2021, she began the process of finding a place for Mr. V to live independently.

By October 2021, Mr. V had keys to his new apartment. He went from not being able to see to write his own name on his paperwork, to looking at the face of his case management team with happy tears in his eyes when he found out he would have a home for the holidays.

Situations like the one Mr. V was in do not get solved overnight and are unfortunately all too common in Miami-Dade County. By supporting The Salvation Army we will be able to continue helping individuals and families find their way out of their darkest moments towards one of hope and light!

Name changed for privacy.

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The Salvation Army of Miami Responds in New Orleans

New Orleans, LA. – (Sept. 24, 2021)

When Hurricane Ida hit Louisiana at the end of August, The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) mustered teams from Florida, Texas, and the Alabama Louisana Mississippi (ALM) region to respond across the state. Two staff members from The Salvation Army of Miami were called to respond in Lousiana during the first two-week deployment. Captain Alvaro Chils from The Salvation Army, Sunset Corps, and Kristen Reeves, the public relations manager for Miami Area Command, were part of a group that was first on the ground to lend assistance to those in New Orleans and the surrounding parishes.

Captain Chils provided emotional and spiritual care to those impacted by the hurricane and could be found walking from home to home to provide prayer, food, and water to those who couldn’t leave their homes. Kristen was involved with coordinating and planning where canteen feeding teams would set up to provide food, water, and other resources to different pockets of the community stranded without power. Both were part of an initial effort that provided over 120,000 meals in two weeks to those impacted by Hurricane Ida in the New Orleans area.
The Salvation Army of Miami stands ready to respond to any disaster that takes place in Florida and beyond. As Miami continues working through hurricane season, we remain vigilant in case of any emergency. If you would like to join our Emergency Disaster Services volunteer list and help us prepare for future disaster responses, register here.

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2022 Angel Tree is now Open.

Angel Tree FAQ

How does it work?

During the Christmas season, if you are in need of gifts for your children, ages 0-12, you may be eligible for Angel Tree Program. Based on your zip code, you will either be asked to register for an appointment or fill out an online application to sign up for the program.

Eligibility (for registrants)

  • Children ages 0-12
  • Live in Miami-Dade County (proof of residency required)
  • Children must be registered by a legal guardian
  • Registrant must provide proof of residency, and birth certificate(s) to show proof of age for children.
  • We encourage all families who receive free/reduced lunch, SNAP benefits, or other economic support to apply (not required for eligibility)

Who does it benefit? 

All donations will be distributed to kids and families in the Miami-Dade community to ensure kids will have a happy holiday season.

Angel Tree appointment request for Miami Area Command, Corps, Homestead and Florida City

Angel Tree Online Adoption:

Welcome to the Red Kettle Resource Hub. Here you will find all things for the holiday season Red Kettle Challenge and Bell Ringing.

The Red Kettle Challenge will resume in October 2022! Stay tuned for more details on signing up and getting involved. From bell-ringing to creating a corporate Red Kettle Challenge team, there is something for everyone.

Want to support the programs and initiatives of The Salvation Army? Join our crusade to provide Mission Essentials here.

Red Kettle Challenge:

Individuals, companies, schools and churches can accept the challenge of the Red Kettle Challenge and create a team to raise $1000. Funds from the Red Kettle Challenge go directly to helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness or those on the verge of homelessness by providing nourishment, shelter, compassion, and care through the holiday season and beyond.

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Bell Ringing:

Did you know that spending 60 minutes bell ringing can feed 13 people? Signing up to be a bell ringer is a rewarding way to give back and raise money to support our seasonal activities as well as other programs that benefit struggling individuals and families.

Businesses, churches, civic clubs, schools, families, friends, and individuals can sign up to ring at one of our kettle locations around Miami-Dade County. Sign up early to get your preferred location and dates!

You can sign up for a shift at www.registertoring.com. 

Have questions for a specific location? See the contact information below:

Edison Corps (Little Haiti)

Contact: Captain David Lorenzo

Email: david.lorenzo@uss.salvationarmy.org 

Phone: (305) 757-1509

Sunset Corps (Kendall/South Miami)

Contact: Major Teresa Della Monica

Email: Teresa.Della.Monica@uss.salvationarmy.org

Phone: (305) 270-9373

Citadel Corps  (Little Havana)

Contact: Major Josue Prieto

Email: josue.prieto@uss.salvationarmy.org

Phone: (786) 592-8332

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