When you make a gift—money, time, or energy—to The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center, you become a part of the largest project ever undertaken by The Salvation Army. Your gift becomes grounded in the reputation, trust and credibility of The Salvation Army—which is well known for its continuing efforts of providing relief to those in need.
COVID-19 presented unprecedented challenges to our community, resulting in hardships for many of our neighbors and families. In response to a growing need, The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii quickly transitioned into an emergency services center and held weekly food distribution to aid those in need.
Kroc Center Hawaii has a variety of scholarship programs throughout the year that impact our community including athletic programs, arts classes and memberships. Each of our scholarships require financial assistance through private and corporate donations.
There are a variety of sponsorship packages that offer a mutually beneficial way to support your business while supporting our mission and people in need in this community. Join us as we combine the power of passion, relationships and giving to transform the lives of people within our community and beyond.
Free and open to the public the Fall Season Family Fun Day annual event is planned with activities in all areas of the Kroc Center to increase awareness of the Kroc facilities and services provided to the community. Fall themed activities include enjoying our pumpkin patch and pumpkin carving.
The story of the birth of Jesus Christ is told via a live Nativity Scene in our Worship and Performing Arts Center and a host of quality family activities going on across the campus. Families are invited to create a ginger bread house together in our classrooms, partake in festive games and activities in our Gymnasium, and snap a family photo with Santa. Outside the children find delight in playing in the snow.
Every child deserves to experience the joy of Christmas morning. And thanks to supporters of The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program, thousands of American children and seniors will find this waiting under their Christmas trees this year. The Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program provides new clothing or toys for children of needy families and gifts for seniors through the support of donors. Found in local companies and corporations, Angel Trees are decorated with numbered paper angel tags with the first name, age and gender of a child or senior in need of presents. Contributors remove one or more tags from the tree and purchase appropriate gifts for the child or senior described on the tags.
The Salvation Army, an evangelical part of the universal Christian church, has been supporting those in need in His name without discrimination since 1865. Nearly 33 million Americans receive assistance from The Salvation Army each year through the broadest array of social services that range from providing food for the hungry, relief for disaster victims, assistance for the disabled, outreach to the elderly and ill, clothing and shelter to the homeless and opportunities for underprivileged children. About 83 cents of every dollar raised is used to support those services in nearly 9,000 communities nationwide.
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