WE ARE ON A MISSION
TO POSITIVELY IMPACT
THE NEEDS OF OUR COMMUNITY
WITH THE IMPACT 25 CAMPAIGN
The IMPACT 25 Campaign was started as we began the 25th year of our annual fundraiser for the Irving Salvation Army. The Super Lunch began in 1998 with the help of the Irving Salvation Army Advisory Council and the Dallas Cowboys. To begin the 25th year, we had a vision of spreading the word about our facility and the programs that are provided through the Irving Salvation Army, and the Irving Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club.
Our center runs on donations and without your support, the assistance and helping hand we provide would be gone. The Salvation Army is a good steward of all the gifts received. We are well aware that everyone gives their hard earned money with a good heart, expecting that it will be used to help others. We are dedicated to "Doing the Most Good" and want to assure you that our community and the kids in our program are so thankful. The Super Lunch and Red Kettle Campaign are the only fundraising events that provide income for our programs. We launched this campaign to expand our ability to deliver life-changing assistance, programs, equipment and counseling in Irving. Please consider a donation of your time and and treasure. Come see for yourself what a difference you make when you give to the Salvation Army in Irving. Schedule a visit to our center and consider volunteering. You will have the peace of mind that your donations are "Doing the Most Good."
JOIN THE IMPACT 25 CLUB
Tell 25 of your friends about the IMPACT 25 Club Campaign
Invite 25 people to Like and Share our social media pages
Commit to a $25 monthly donation or $300 one-time donation
Help us spread the word about the wonderful things happening at the Irving Salvation Army and the Boys and Girls Club.
Positive impact your community by becoming an IMPACT 25 Club member.
How far does your donation go? $0.87 cents of every dollar donated to The Salvation Army is used to provide a safe place for the children in our Boys & Girls Club after-school and summer camp programs. It provides financial rehabilitation for men and women working to get back on their feet; provides holiday assistance to families; and provides emergency assistance in time of unexpected catastrophe.