Alternative Ways to Donate to the Salvation Army

Salvation Army
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An attorney in Palm Beach, Florida, Henrietta Feldman practices residential and commercial real estate. Outside of her legal practice, Henrietta Feldman is involved with charitable organizations such as the Salvation Army.

In addition to accepting monetary donations, the Salvation Army offers a number of alternative ways for individuals to contribute to its charitable programs around the globe. Donors can give clothing, furniture, appliances, and household items. Those who cannot get to a Salvation Army drop-off location can arrange for free pickup at their home.

The Salvation Army also accepts donated airline miles. By joining the United Airlines Charity Miles Program or the Delta SkyWish program, individuals can donate the miles they accrue when traveling. Donated miles help transport disaster relief personnel and individuals in need of urgent medical care.

Further, the Salvation Army takes donations in the form of stocks and bonds, as well as planned gifts through wills, trusts, and annuities.