Wherever there is a need in Kaneohe you'll find The Salvation Army. The Salvation Army's Kaneohe Corps Community Center serves the beautiful Windward side on the island of Oahu. We work within the Windward Community to support our neighbors and meet needs, whenever possible. We offer a range of spiritual programs for the whole family, such as educational and character building programs for youth, and fellowship and encouragement for adults, as well as emergency assistance to families who struggle to meet their basic needs with food bags on a monthly basis.
Each year, The Salvation Army Hawaiian & Pacific Islands serve thousands in need across our communities with meals, housing assistance, clothes, supplies, substance abuse treatment services, youth programs, and holiday gifts. The Kaneohe Corp Community Center offers character building programs, christian education, community recreation programs, day care, music & arts programs, women ministries, and worship services.
Emergency Food Pantry
Held Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 am to 11:30 am. Any closures will be posted at building. Individual and family must be a permanent resident(s) of any Windward community from Waimanalo north to Kahuku.
You must complete an application and provide the following documents: a picture ID for adults in the household, proof of residence (lease agreement or current utility bill), proof of income (recent check stub, documentation of government assistance, or any other forms of income), identification for children living in the home (birth certificates, custody paperwork, etc.)
Youth and Adult Program
The Salvation Army Kaneohe Corps provides educational and character-building programs for youth as well as services for adults that offer fellowship and encouragement. Please view our Weekly Schedule for more info.
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The Salvation Army Angel Tree program provides gifts for children 0 - 17, seniors and vulnerable adults. The Angel Tree program will be accepting applications starting in late October and running through the month of November. Please see the flyer for important information regarding application times, necessary documents, and social distancing procedures.
Our motto of "Doing The Most Good" is put into action every day as we change lives, transform our community and remain a steadfast beacon of hope for those in need in Kaneohe and the surrounding areas.
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