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Knowledge is a ticket out of poverty.

The Salvation Army operates programs to help local youth grown and become valuable members of society.

Fifty-seven percent of children between 6 and 17 years old participate in at least one after-school extracurricular activity.

Children were more likely to participate in sports (35%) than clubs or lessons like music, dance and language.

The Salvation Army offers youth programs for children beginning at age 5.

Our first priority is to meet basic human needs, but we recognize the importance of programs that go beyond the basics of food, shelter, clothing and safety. In addition to meeting basic needs, The Salvation Army strives to provide programs that will help children thrive during crucial developmental years from after school programs and summer camps, to childcare and toys at Christmas.

The Salvation Army supplements and supports kids' educational opportunities through a variety of programs.

Scouting Programs

Tuesday at 5:00pm for Ages 5 to 12

Adventure Corps

The Salvation Army Adventure Corps program is a holistic Christian education experience for boys in grades 1st through 8th. It is split into two groups: Explorers (1-4th) and Rangers (5-8th) The goal is to help boys develop social and communication habits, decision making and life skills and character and leadership skills through a Biblical worldview. 


This is The Salvation Army's newest character building troop program for pre-kindergarten and kindergarteners. Moonbeams is for boys and girls. During the meetings, age appropriate activities prepare the children for interaction with their peers and promotion into the other programs for older age groups. 

Girl Guards

This program gives girls (6th through 12th grade) the opportunity to build a solid foundation through Christian fellowship and educational programs. Girl Guards is The Salvation Army's adaptation of the Girl Scouts program. The girls will earn emblems (badges) for completing tasks in areas that encourage spiritual, mental, physical and social growth. They offer service to the local corps (Salvation Army Church) and the community at large.


This program gives girls (1st through 5th grade) the opportunity to build a solid foundation through Christian fellowship and educational programs. Sunbeams earn emblems (badges) to wear on their sashes. The weekly meetings are times of fun as well as times of learning important truth and life skills.

Summer Day Camp
This program engages elementary school age children in a fun packed curriculum, including crafts, music, skits, puppets, games, bible lessons, field trips, swimming and community service. Several of the weeks during the summer are dedicated to Vacation Bible School.

High Peak Camp
This program gives youth ages 7-17 a residential camping experience in the beautiful mountain setting of Estes Park, Colorado.

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