Salvation Army Needs Red Kettle Volunteers!

Salvation Army Needs Red Kettle Volunteers!


It began 11/6/20. Have you reserved your shifts to ring bells at the Red Kettles and help to #RescueChristmas? There are many open shifts and we cannot do it without YOU! Go to or call 920-684-7117.

Exciting Safe Options to Donate!

New ways to donate this year include giving at the Virtual Red Kettle by clicking on OR texting “Manitowoc” to 23465

How Are Red Kettle Funds Used?

The Red Kettle Campaign, the oldest annual charitable fundraiser of its kind in the United States, helps raise money for those who need it most in communities nationwide – providing toys for kids, coats for the homeless, food for the hungry and countless social service programs year-round.
Read Captain McFee’s inspiring story here: His kettle idea launched a tradition that has spread not only throughout the United States, but all across the world. Kettles are now used in such distant lands as Korea, Japan, Chile and many European countries. Everywhere, public contributions to Salvation Army kettles enable the organization to continue its year-round efforts at helping those who would otherwise be forgotten.
2020 Salvation Army Christmas Toy Shop

2020 Salvation Army Christmas Toy Shop

salvation army CHRISTMAS TOY SHOP

Coat distribution has ended. However, we currently have 787 children signed up for the Christmas Toy Shop — and sign up is not finished yet! (This does not include the children signed up for the Adopt-a-Family portion of our Christmas programming.) We collect new toys for Christmas by private individuals dropping them off at our office, local companies/groups doing drives/collections/events, and through the Toys for Tots collection boxes that have now been placed around town. Can you help #RescueChristmas by donating new toys or making a monetary donation for the Toy Shop? Thank you in advance for loving on the kids this Christmas!

NOTE: Sign Up for Coats has Ended

  • Where: The Salvation Army — by phone 920-684-7117
  • When: September 14th to October 16th — 9 AM- 3 PM
  • Sign up will be done by phone this year
  • Emails will be needed to finalize the sign-up process

Coat Distribution will begin October 24th
*Must be pre-registered*

It is best to sign up early. First come clients and new clients receive consideration for “adoption”. Note that you may not be adopted two years in a row. New families will need to provide proof of address, proof of household income (must meet poverty guidelines) and proof that your children live with you. If you receive FoodShare, that current document works. Preferably via email or fax.

Clients who have participated in one or both of these programs before will need to initially call and register. They will then receive an email with the wish list attached and asked to fill it out (with detailed info) and return via email. Once we receive the wish list, they will receive a final email with the dates and times for their appointments to pick up coats and toys.


We realize that this could be cumbersome for some families. We also believe with the way so much of life has been happening the last many months that it should be a process most families can follow.


Please have a photo ID, proof of address, proof that your children live with you, and proof of household income (must be below TEFAP/poverty guidelines shown here:  If you receive Foodshare, please bring that current document.

Donations of NEW Coats Still Needed!


Donations of TOYS Still Needed! 


The main office at (920) 684-7117 or email 

Revolution Youth Activities Program

Revolution Youth Activities Program

The Salvation Army

Revolution Youth After School Activities Program

The program will be kicking off September 18th. You may have previously seen information stating September 11th; this has been changed. The eligible age is being changed to K-6th grade. The program will run from after school to 6 PM. It runs September to November 2019 and January to April 2020. Once children are signed up, they can be picked up from school by The Salvation Army. However, parents are responsible to pick their children up from our building (415 N 6th St) after the programming each week at 6 PM. 


Come on September 18th! The entire family is welcome and children can be signed up that evening starting at 3:30 PM. Dinner will be served at 5 PM and information will be shared with parents. 


This year we are offering a separate Music Instruction night for students that are only interested in the music aspect. Music instruction will be available for youth first grade and up. Instruction will be given on baritone ukulele, cornet and guitar. Instruments will be loaned to the students and there is no charge for the instruction. Classes will run from 4:30-5:30 PM on Thursday evenings beginning September 19. Sign up is required by calling or stopping in the office at 415 N 6th St. Please note, parents are responsible for transportation to and from the music lessons.

Feel free to call with any questions:

Lisa Stricklin
Program and Outreach Director
Pathway of Hope Coordinator
The Salvation Army Manitowoc Corps
415 N. 6th St. | P.O. Box 1867
Manitowoc, WI 54241-1867
PH: 920-684-7117, FX: 920-686-1608


Revolution Youth Activities Program

Manitowoc Salvation Army Food Stockboxes

The Salvation Army

Introducing Stockboxes

in Manitowoc!

~ Free Food for Seniors ~

Seniors age 60+ within the income guidelines may receive a supplemental box of food once a month. Bring a photo ID and proof o current address to sign up.

Persons eligible for CSFP are aged 60 and older and whose monthly income is at or below $1,354 for a single person or $1,832 for a family of two (for larger families add $479 for each additional member).


You may sign up at The Salvation Army Food Pantry during pantry hours (M 5:30-7PM, T&W 9-11:45 AM and 1-3:45 PM or on Thursdays at the main office (9 AM-4 PM). After you sign up in person, you may designate a proxy to pick up your future boxes for you.

The Salvation Army, Manitowoc WI

  • Food Pantry: 402 N 9th St
  • Main Office: 415 N 6th St

Office: 920-684-7117, Fax: 920-686-1608