Adopt a Family Program 

The Salvation Army’s Adopt a Family programs goal is to partner with businesses, organizations and individuals who will adopt families that demonstrate extreme and / or unique needs during the Christmas season.

 Donors must complete the Adopt a Family Contract, specifying the size of family that they would like to adopt.  Donors will then receive a small summary of the family’s current situation, a list of all members of the household, clothing sizes for all children in the home, as well as a small wish list for each child. (Donors are not expected to purchase every item on the list.  Minimum for adopting a family is an outfit per child, one toy per child and a grocery gift card for the family.)

Click Here for the Adopt A Family Contract 2014

                                    *We currently have over 900 families to service through Christmas assistance programs.                                                                         Here are a few that are available for immediate adoption:

FAMILY 1039:

This family has a single mother with three children. Mother is a first time applicant,

out of work, and trying to take care of her children without child support. Ages of children are

6 (female), 5 (male) and 2 (male).

FAMILY 1020:

This family has a single mother with two children. Mother is disabled and unable to work.

First time applicant, receiving no child support. Ages of children are 4 (male) and 3 (female).

FAMILY 1050:

This family has a single mother and three children. The mother working poor; just started

back to work after losing her job. Children’s ages are 6, 5, and 3 (all male).

FAMILY 1744

This family has a single mother and four children. The mother was hospitalized for over three months; has ongoing medical issues that make it impossible for her to keep a job. Children’s ages are 14 (male), 11 (female), 8 (female) and 6 (female).

FAMILY 1764

This family has a single, disabled father with two children. First time applicant, not receiving child support from the boys mother. Ages of children are 6 and 16, both male.

FAMILY 1801

This family has a single grandmother and one child. As the child’s mother is unfit to take care of her child, the grandmother has adopted and will be raising her grandchild as her mother. She is working poor. Child is 10 (female).

FAMILY 1734

This family has a mother and father with five children. The father is working poor but was laid off two months ago. He is now working, but can only obtain part time hours. Mother is pregnant. Ages of children are 2, 7, 10, 12 (females) and 15 (male).

FAMILY 1834

This family has a mother and father with two children. The father has been laid off; youngest son is Autistic.Mother is working poor. Children are 6 (male) and 9 (female).