The Salvation Army Tallahassee

Programs and Services:

  • Emergency Financial Assistance
  • Food Pantry
  • Disaster Services
  • Youth Character Building
  • Worship Services
  • Holiday Assistance

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Social Services Office Assistance
  • Food Pantry
  • Disaster Services
  • Red Kettle Campaign
  • Holiday Assistance

TSA mission statement

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its missionis to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

TSA Tally history

The Salvation Army of Tallahassee has been faithfully serving our community since 1951. Our program and services may have evolved, but our motivation has stayed the same. We desire for everyone who comes in contact with The Salvation Army to have a life changing experience with Jesus Christ.


The Salvation Army Tallahassee
2410 Allen Road
Tallahassee, FL 32312


(850) 222-0304

Corps Officers

Lieutenants Ryan & Amber Meo

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..

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