Fighting for the Most Good Across Borders

In 2018, The Salvation Army provided 23,461 nights of lodging to displaced migrant families in Texas and Arizona.In 2018, The Salvation Army provided 23,461 nights of lodging to displaced migrant families in Texas and Arizona.

In partnership with local churches and community centers, The Salvation Army
fed more than 750 people
impacted by the border crisis in El Paso per day.

Amid America’s growing humanitarian crisis, The Salvation Army is living out its mission to meet human needs in God’s name, without discrimination, by helping to feed, clothe, and shelter displaced migrant families. Because we believe it is our duty as Christians to serve suffering humanity, regardless of what has put them in our path, we’ve worked closely with partner agencies in numerous communities to provide immediate physical, emotional, and spiritual care to the thousands vetted and processed by immigration services. We’re also partnering with The Salvation Army across Central America to address the root issues of the immigration crisis as we better equip international communities to thrive.