Aid from the Salvation Army during the Coronavirus Crisis

Article By Alyssa Mielke

Roseville Salvation Army Corps volunteers packed 240 free food boxes this week to help keep the community nourished during the pandemic.

The local Salvation Army is providing resources above their usual operations for residents in search of additional help during the coronavirus pandemic. Please contact their office or Charisse Bach, Social Services Coordinator, directly using the information below.

Address: 100 Lincoln Street, Roseville
Office Phone: (916) 784-3382

Services Provided by the Roseville Salvation Army

  • Free pick-up food boxes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from noon to 4 p.m.Simply bring proof of Rocklin residency and an ID to sign up.
  • Free delivery of food boxes to seniors biweekly. Contact the office by phone or email Charisse Bach to sign up.
  • Two free meals served from Tuesday through Sunday. Breakfast is from 8–9 a.m., and lunch is from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
  • Free activity bags with books, games, and crafts for families with children ages 4-17. Email Charisse Bach to sign up.
  • Rent and deposit assistance for Rocklin residents. Email Charisse Bach to discuss what is needed to qualify.

The Salvation Army is more than happy to accept donations, including: food items, hygiene products, socks, new toys, arts and crafts supplies, and monetary donations.

The Salvation Army is one of the City’s four Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) recipients. These federal grants build stronger and more resilient communities by supporting development in the community. The funds are used, in part, to assist residents with securing decent housing, benefit the elderly, and expand economic opportunities for those of low and moderate incomes. To read more about the Salvation Army Roseville and CDBG aid, click here.