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~~ 2020 Christmas Assistance Guidelines ~~

You MUST bring current documentation of the following. All documentation must be originals (no copies accepted):

1. IDENTIFICATION for EVERYONE - OF ALL AGES - in your household including Dates of Birth applicant must have photo I.D. Social Security Cards, or Birth Cirtificate for everyone else in the home.

2. Proof of ADDRESS IN YOUR NAME (HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD) including the zip code. Examples: Lease, Utility Bill, Signed letter from your landlord on letterhead, or Current Rent Receipt.

3. Proof of all household income (this will be copied for our records), financial help, and benefits (whether the benefit or help is received by you personally or is paid on your behalf) is required. Examples include: Determination Letter (from within the past six months) of Public Assistance with *food stamps, cash benefit, and rent benefit award amounts. Section 8 letter. Pay Stub. Unemployment Verification Statement. Personal Letter (dated with address and signature) describing the assistance provided to you by that person.*NOTE: Your food stamp access card is not sufficient documentation of financial assistance; you must have your SNAP notification - if you do not have this, you will need to obtain an official copy from your worker at the Dept. of Public Welfare.

4. Proof of all monthly expenses:

a. Proof of ENTIRE monthly RENT for your house/apartment (Examples: Lease, Signed letter from your landlord on letterhead, Canceled Check or Money Order Receipt, Award letter from Section 8 or Housing Authority (For Mortgage provide monthly statement or receipt.)

b. You must bring all utility bills (gas, electric, fuel oil). Bills which demonstrate your regular, monthly expenses will help to demonstrate your need for assistance, which is your responsibility.

VERIFICATION OF ALL INCOME IS REQUIRED!

 


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Assess the Need

FIRST, we assess the needs of each community in which we serve. We work to understand the obstacles, hardships, and challenges native to the area's particular population.

Build the Programs

NEXT, we build local programs designed to offer immediate relief, short-term care and long-term growth in the areas that will best benefit the community.

Invest in the community

THEN, we offer the local programs to the local community working to continually optimize their efficacy via spiritual, physical and emotional service.

The Salvation Army is different in every local community

because every local community is different.


Why The Salvation Army?

Breadth of Service

From immediate relief, to short-term help, to long-term, sustainable change, we are dedicated to serving the physical, mental and spiritual needs of the poor, the lonely, and the lost.

Trust

With 82 cents of every dollar dedicated to directly supporting the needs of the community in which it was received, The Salvation Army is committed to stewarding every donation with integrity.

Longevity

Since 1891, we have been working to provide sustainable solutions for the most vulnerable. We stay not just until the job is done, but long afterwards, to ensure that the healing continues.


The Salvation Army of Sunbury

40 South 4th Street
P.O. Box 254
Sunbury, PA 17801

Phone: (570) 286-4131
Fax: (570) 286-6691

Pastor/ Administrator: Scott.Duperree@use.salvationarmy.org
Pastor/ Administrator: Jessica.Duperree@use.salvationarmy.org
Community Coordinator: Joel.Harris@use.salvationarmy.org
Caseworker/ Receptionist: Grace.Eisenhart@use.salvationarmy.org

Office Information
Social Service Hours

Tue-Fri
9:30 am - 3:30pm

Regular Office Hours

Mon-Fri
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
*Closed on all federal holidays.


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