The Salvation Army has been active in North and South Carolina since 1887 - opening units in Raleigh, NC, Wilmington, NC and Spartanburg, SC in that year. Today, the Army operates hundreds of facilities and services in over 50 ''commands'' around North and South Carolina. These range from daily character building programs such as the Boys and Girls Clubs and community centers, to providing shelter for familiees in need of transitional housing, to holding weekly worship services, to providing safe and affordable housing to seniors.
- character building programs for youth
- music training
- community-building and fellowship for adults
- housing assistance