Northern Division: Serving every county in Minnesota and North Dakota
Lt. Randy Stahl in front of the thrift store

Quick Stats

The Salvation Army Northern Division has nearly 800 employees and 81,000 volunteers serving thousands of people in need in every county of Minnesota and North Dakota.

Click the links below for a snapshot of what we do across the division and in the Twin Cities metro area each year.

Northern Division (includes Twin Cities)

When you give throughout Minnesota and North Dakota, 81 cents out of every dollar goes directly to help people in need.

Locations

  • Worship and Service Centers: 28
  • Housing/shelter facilities: 50
  • Food shelves: 22
  • Salvation Army Stores: 33

Services

  • Meals served annually: 775,700
  • Nights of lodging: 423,000
  • Items of clothing given: 235,800
  • Christmas toys given: 202,000
  • People given disaster assistance: 43,200
  • Inmates counseled: 19,550
  • People attending Northwoods Camp: 946
  • Total people served: 481,000

Twin Cities

When you give in the Twin Cities, 83 cents out of every dollar goes directly to help people in need.

Locations

  • Worship and Service Centers: 8
  • Housing/shelter facilities: 14
  • Food shelves: 8
  • Salvation Army Stores: 9

Services in 2014

  • Weekday meal programs: 7
  • Meals served annually: 495,700;  daily: 1,358
  • Nights of lodging annually: 368,800;  daily: 1,010
  • Utility assistance cases: 4,300
  • Items of clothing given: 65,400
  • People receiving groceries: 82,000
  • Christmas toys given: 118,000
  • People given disaster assistance: 31,400
  • Inmates counseled: 19,100
  • Volunteers: 26,600; hours served: 119,800
  • Total people served: 217,800;  daily: 597


View the Northern Division annual report or the Twin Cities annual report.