Salvation Army Kicks Off Love Beyond Hunger Campaign

Photo from The Salvation Army of Chattanooga Facebook Page

Non-profit seeks to address urgent need

  The Salvation Army’s Chattanooga Area Command will kick off its regional Love Beyond Hunger campaign at the Walmart Supercenters in Fort Oglethorpe and Hixson. The campaign serves as an invitation to employees, donors, volunteers, and anyone who wishes to lend aid to join the mission of providing love, care and assistance to all who need it. The Salvation Army hopes to inspire people to help one another in long-lasting, meaningful ways that transcend difficult situations and address unfortunate circumstances.

                             Locally, The Salvation Army is in urgent need of in-kind food donations for the Blessing Place, which opened last year and provides the homeless with a food shopping experience at no cost to them. They are also    in need of food donations for their Social Services Food Pantry.

                             There are multiple ways for the community to make food donations:

  • August (all month long): Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at The Salvation Army Area Command in Chattanooga (food items are tax-free in Tennessee throughout August)

                                Items Needed Include:

  • Canned goods (meats, soups, fruits, and vegetables)
  • Peanut butter and jelly
  • Grains
  • Individually wrapped snack items
  • Waters and sports drinks

WHEN                 Aug. 1-31, 2022 – Area Command

WHERE               The Salvation Army Area Command
822 McCallie Ave.

                            Chattanooga, TN 37403

To see a complete list of items needed, please visit