100% of donations stay in Kootenai County to benefit programs like these.
Third grade classes in Kootenai County receive five days of water safety and swim lessons with caring, certified instructors. Donations offset transportation costs and allow more schools to participate.
Camp Kroc day camps and Camp Gifford overnight camps provide everything a child needs to make great summer memories and learn that no matter what happens in life, they are cared for.
Every life deserves to shine. No one in need is turned away from the life-changing opportunities at The Salvation Army Kroc Center through the Kroc Scholarship Program. With an average of 1,500 individuals on scholarship, this is by far The Kroc Center's largest outreach and single greatest need for community support.
Students in grades 6–12 receive homework help, a healthy snack, and participate in fun, physical activities at no cost. Donations support transportation from three local middle schools.
The Kroc Center is partnering with the providers at Heritage Health in a bold new venture to prescribe wellness in the same way they would prescribe medication.
Families can model sharing with those in need by making a cash donation or by purchasing all the Thanksgiving ingredients for another family
Too many children arrive at school each day cold, wet and without proper winter clothing The Kroc Center works with local schools to reach out to these, our community's neediest children.
When you donate or ring the bell for The Salvation Army here in Coeur d'Alene you help provide, new winter clothing for local children, food for families, Kroc scholarships, emergency fuel, heating assistance for families or help send local kids to camps.
The Kroc Center partners with Post Falls Food Bank, St. Vincent de Paul and Coeur d'Alene Fire to offer emergency assistance, one deserving family at a time. Whether they need help keeping their lights and heat on, or paying for a much-needed prescription, donated funds make sure basic needs are met for 40 families every month.