Services We Provide

Community & Family Services

two people in front of truck full of bagsKnown primarily for its food distributions throughout the year, especially at Christmastime, we assist over 5000 individuals annually. Additional services such as counselling, guidance, referrals and other practical assistance for families in need are coordinated by our staff on a needs basis. 

10 North Street: 537-6455
6 Governor’s Alley: 297-0267
15 Cambridge Rd: 234-4046

Harbour Light | Life Skills | Transitional Living

A 10 bed residential program that facilitates addiction recovery in a holistic environment and continues to provide supportive services for individuals upon completion of the program.

44 King Street, Hamilton:  292-2586

Emergency Housing

A 30-bed night shelter, operated in partnership with the Government of Bermuda; providing accommodations to the homeless of Bermuda, as well as counselling and practical support.

Hours of operation:  6:00 PM – 8:00 AM. 
5 Marsh Lane, Pembroke:  295-5310


Feeding Programs

Each week we provide 600 meals through our feeding programs.

Six nights a week, in the Hamilton area we host a mobile feeding program.


Five nights a week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday) we host a takeout hot meal at 10 North Street, Hamilton.


Thrift Store

Offering quality used clothing and household items at affordable prices.

Hours of operation:  Tuesday – Saturday (10AM to 3PM)
44 King Street, Hamilton

Golden Milers

We offer fellowship and food to seniors on the 3rd Thursday of each month.

11:00 AM
Location:  10 North Street, Hamilton

Emergency Disaster Services

As part of the greater EMO for Bermuda we have a team ready to respond to emergencies, providing food and emotional support during disasters.

Our team lead is Lt. Lester Ward: 292-2586

Food Banks

Rising food and fuel prices, static incomes, high unemployment and changes to benefits are causing many families to struggle to put food on the table, let alone buy basic necessities. Individuals experiencing food insecurity are forced to choose between buying food and paying other bills. Parents choose between eating dinner and giving their portion to their children.

At the Salvation Army food banks, families and individuals in need of support receive grocery bags full of food items to create wholesome meals. This not only restores self-esteem, but it also reduces the stress and humiliation of asking for food.

For those accessing food bank services, you will need to provide one photo ID (work permit or driver’s license) and one document (bill, bank statement, etc.).


North Street Citadel Food Bank  
Location: 10 North Street, Hamilton
Contact: Major Darryl Simms
Number: 296-6740
Hours: Tuesday – Friday
9:30am – 1:00pm
January – December
West End Community Church Food Bank
Location: 15 Cambridge Road, Somerset 
Contact: Captain Adriane Cartmell
Number: 234-4046
Hours: Wednesdays
4:00pm – 5:45pm
February – November
St. George’s Citadel Food Bank
Location: 6 Governor’s Alley, St. George’s
Contact: Lt. Almeta Ward
Number: 297-0267
Hours: Wednesdays
9:00am – 12:00pm
January – November