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Ages Served

Santa Clara Citadel's Day Camp is for children entering first grade through seventh grade.

Hours of Operation

Regular Hours: 9:00AM to 5:00PM
Extended Care Hours: 7:30AM to 6:00PM

Read The Official Parent Handbook.

Official Summer Day Camp Appkication
Session 1
June 16-20

Session 2
June 23-27

Session 3
June 30-July 4

Session 4
July 7-11

Session 5
July 14-18

Session 6
July 21-25

Session 7
July 28-August 1

Session 8
August 4-8

Discovery Camp
June 9-13

Music Camp
June 27-July 5

Music Camp
July 21-25


Get the New 2014 Schedule Here!

Weekly Schedules by Session:

Session 1 |Session 2 |Session 3 |Session 4 |Session 5| Session 6 |Session 7| Session 8


Get Involved Make a Gift Silicon Valley Programs

Volunteer with the Salvation Army

Volunteers Neeeded!

The Salvation Army annually distributes 1,800 backpacks fully loaded with school supplies to children in the Silicon Valley. This includes new school shoes and shopping sprees for back-to-school clothes. Sign up to become a proud member of our  volunteer team at one of the following links.


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Back to School Shopping Escorts
Saturday, August 2, 2014
Oakridge Mall
Westgate Mall

Backpack Distribution Fair
Saturday, August 9, 2014
Activity Booths
Backpack Helpers
Food Booths
Game Booths
Gate/ Security

See Calendar of Events


Grocery Outlet

Buy a $5 Bag of Groceries for Charity!

Where: Grocery Outlet, 2300 Monterey Highway, San Jose, CA 95112.
Each bag bought in July will be distributed to Salvation Army programs to feed the poor. What a great way to help others!
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Acts of Kindness

Acts of Kindness

Love your neighbor as yourself.
This is what the Salvation Army does best!

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The Salvation Army Monitoring Report for June 12th, 2014 Prepared for National Headquarters by Richards Partners

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June 5th| May 23rd|April 14th
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Emergency Assistance
Network Directory

A Report: EAN Agencies are focused on providing rental assistance, housing support services and food assistance to very low income seniors, families and individuals.

Read inside about the impact these agencies are making in your community.

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With a record 49.1 million Americans – approximately 1 in 6 – living in poverty today, it is more important than ever to raise awareness of the issue as well as programs available to those in need.

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Bell Ringing News

The Salvation Army’s 123rd Red Kettle
Campaign Raises $135.9 Million Nationally

High-Profile Donors and Partners Help Set the Stage to Do the Most Good in 2014
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Santa Clara Citadel Corps Community Center


3090 Homestead Road
Santa Clara, CA
Santa Clara County


Worship Service 11:00AM
Sunday School 9:30AM for all ages
Bible Study
Womens Fellowship
Spiritual Counseling
Visitation to Nursing Homes

Majors David & Gaylene Yardley

Lieutenants Judah & Megan Young

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(408) 247-4588

Volunteer to assist with youth programs, senior services and special events. Donations to support these programs are always welcome. Click here for more information.

social services

For information regarding help with rent, PG&E / utility bills, bus passes, or food: call (408) 282-1165 and ask for Family Services.

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The Salvation Army Provides Aid to Families Impacted by Wildfires in Central Washington

The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services team has been working in Central Washington and the areas devastated by the wildfires. According to The Wenatchee World, as of July 21, 243,000 acres have been burned, and 150 homes destroyed.


Poverty in the City by the Bay

July 3,20à±— Carl Finamore, a resident of San Francisco's Hunters Point and retired former president of Air Transport Employees, IAM Local Lodge 1781, looks at how the other San Francisco of poor and working-class residents has been affected by growing inequality.


The Salvation Army Remains Prepared As Hurricane Arthur Becomes a Memory

Charlotte, NC (July 5, 2014— Local and state officials have reported minor impacts following Hurricane Arthu's Independence Day landfall along the coast of North Carolina. Emergency crews continue to make progress in restoring isolated power outages and impacted areas


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