Question: Does Salvation Army Take Food?

The Salvation Army announced today that food pantry donations are desperately needed.

“We are desperately needing the community to donate food.” The organization accepts nonperishable food items such as peanut butter, canned meats, beans, chili, canned vegetables and soups, etc.

Can you donate food to the Salvation Army?

Salvation Army in desperate need of food donations. With the exceptions of a few jars of peanut butter, the pantry shelves are empty at the Salvation Army of Wake County. The food pantry provides canned and nonperishable goods to the food assistance program, the soup line, and the Women and Children’s Shelter.

What items does the Salvation Army take?

Clothing and Smaller Items

It also accepts recordings, compact discs, jewelry, shoes, purses and accessories. You can donate books, but not magazines or encyclopedias. Collectibles, jewelry, small antiques and linens such as sheets, blankets, pillowcases and towels are welcome.

What items does goodwill not take?

Donations Goodwill CANNOT Accept

  • Furniture that is covered in animal hair, broken, worn, torn, stained, or missing parts.
  • Bean bag chairs.
  • Sleeper sofas.
  • Due to the Digital TV Transition, Goodwill will only take flat-screen tvs.
  • Excessively large/bulky items such as swing sets, swimming pools, unbound carpeting, etc.
  • Large appliances:

How do I donate to the Salvation Army?

Schedule a Free Donation Pick Up

Call 1-800-SA-TRUCK (1-800-728-7825) to discuss a free pick up of your clothing, furniture or household items or to find out the nearest drop off location bin.