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By providing programs that serve the body, mind and soul, The Salvation Army helps alleviate the symptoms of poverty - and works to address the root issues that cause it.
46.7 million Americans live below the poverty line. 60 million more live one crisis away.
Sadly, children raised in poverty are 32% more likely to remain there than their more fortunate peers.
Poverty is so often the result of and the catalyst for chronic struggles with hunger, addiction, housing insecurity, mental illness, unemployment, educational voids and various forms of abuse. These interconnected struggles continue year after year, and often span generations. That's why The Salvation Army works to meet the needs of the whole person through short and long-term assistance first alleviating the symptoms of poverty and then addressing the root issues that cause it.
Many families and individuals facing poverty often must make the painful choice heating and eating - that is, they must decide whether they'll pay their bills or pay for food. Without sufficient funds, many are forced to go without a warm, nutritious meal in order to keep a roof over their head.
Food Box Distribution - Monday - Friday 10am - 3pm
As we continue to provide support to our community in response to COVID-19 we offer food boxes 5 days a week.
If you are in need please visit our Corps to collect a food box.
The Salvation Army Broomfield Corps
1080 Birch St. Broomfield, CO 80020
We operate a community garden that the youth who attend our programs help maintain. This helps them take ownership of the work they are doing all while learning healthy eating habits and food choices.
Food from this community garden is used to supplement the produce in our regular food boxes, offering clients healthier options.
We help struggling families and individuals avoid falling into the cycle of crisis by supplementing their income with utility payments. This assistance often becomes the difference between shelter and eviction, between maintaining honest work and selling drugs or services for money, and between keeping kids in one place and moving them out of their home and onto the streets.
During certain times of the year there is assistance available to meet a specific seasonally based need. Seasonal assistance consists of help with school supplies for the beginning of the school year, Winter Coat giveaway, a community Thanksgiving and Christmas food boxes, and toys for Children in need at Christmas.