Doing the Most Good

“There is no reward equal to that of doing the most good to the most people in the most need”

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Character Building Programs

Community computer labs at Grants Town, Mackey Street and in Freeport provide a variety of computer based training and tutorials for children, youths and adults.

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ERIN H. GILMOUR SCHOOL FOR BLIND

AND VISUALLY IMPAIRED CHILDREN

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DOING THE MOST GOOD

MOP FACTORY

Since 1945 the Salvation Army’s Mop Workshop has produced the finest mops for the local Bahamian Market.

SOCIAL SERVICES

FAMILY THRIFT SHOP

Donated, usable items are sold in the Army’s family thrift stores at very minimal costs.  All of the net profits go to help finance  other social and welfare programs which the Army operates.

SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND

The Salvation Army Erin Gilmour School is a comprehensive educational facility for blind and visually impaired children. 

Our Mission

Our Mission

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 mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

Spiritual Ministries

In The Bahamas five Salvation Army Corps or churches provide spiritual development as well as social and educational programs for all ages.  Activities range from religious instruction to music training to lively, welcoming times of family worship.

How you can help

One of the reasons The Salvation Army is able to do what it does is that it is supported by the generosity and kindness of its many friends. There are many ways you can help LEARN MORE

Doing the most good

“Service is our watchword, and there is no reward equal to that of doing the most good to the most people in the most need.” Evangeline Booth,daughter of The Army’s founder, William Booth.

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Your financial contributions of any amount are always needed to help us continue meeting the needs of individuals and families in our communities.

Financial Donations

In addition to donation of material items, we also welcome the contribution of service providers, both companies and individuals who can donate their services or expertise.

Service Donations

Businesses and individuals provide a considerable amount of the support that is needed to keep our feeding and other programs going throughout the whole year.

In-Kind Donations

Volunteers register with our 31 Mackey Street office, and give invaluable support to the Army’s varied social and community service programs.

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