San Bernardino Salvation Army Corps - Highland, CA

Contact information

2626 Pacific Street
Highland, CA 92346
: Phone: (909)888-1336


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    2020-05-01 14:02:37
    I was in the Hospitality House Salvation Army on 10th Ave. in San Bernardino during the holiday season of 2019. I was blessed with warmth, comfort and hope for the new year 2020.

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Provides homeless referrals

Office hours:
7 days a week from 9am to 4pm.

Volunteers Requests by San Bernardino Salvation Army Corps : yes, volunteers are always welcome. Please go to our website.

Donation Requests by San Bernardino Salvation Army Corps : The greatest need right now is non-perishable food items

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