Make a Charitable Donation to The Salvation Army


Charitable gift annuity donors provide significant funding for The Salvation Army’s mission and ministry. A charitable gift annuity is a way to make a gift to support the causes that you care about. You make a gift of cash or property to The Salvation Army. In return, we will make payments for life to you, you and a loved one, or another person. Each payment will be fixed and the amount of each payment will depend on the age of the person who receives the payments. After all payments have been made, we will receive the remaining value of your gift to support the causes that matter to you. There are a number of benefits with a charitable gift annuity.

– Payments are fixed.
– Charitable deduction for up to 5 years
– Partially tax-free income
– Partial bypass of capital gain
– Better interest rates than a CD

As of September 30, 2016 The Salvation Army had accumulated assets of approximately $44,592,713 in its gift annuity fund from 1,229 donors who have made 2,660 gifts.


If you are looking for a way to secure your future, a charitable gift annuity is the answer. Not only will you help us further our work, but you will receive the security of fixed payments for your lifetime backed by our promise. Now is the time to lock in a rate based on your age. To find out your payment rate and learn more about establishing a charitable gift annuity, please call Matt Schmidt at 217-231- 5694.

Hannibal Salvation Army Holds Bowl-a-Thon

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The Hannibal Salvation Army celebrated Christmas in July on Saturday with a successful Bowl-a-Thon. 11 teams came out to bowl at Ten Pin Alleys to help raise $1,175 for the Hannibal Salvation Army food pantry. 16 bowlers had a chance to win $5,000 by picking up a 7-10 split. Unfortunately, no one was able to successfully complete the challenging task. Thanks to all our sponsors and everyone who dressed up in their Christmas best to help support us!

Quincy Machinists Donate Fans to Salvation Army

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The International Association Of Machinists Local 822 of Quincy recently donated 20 box fans as part of The Salvation Army’s Summer Fan Program. Pictured left to right are Ross Miller, Business Representative of the Machinists Lodge, Steve Booher, Vice President of the Machinists Lodge, and Major Andrew Miller.
Thank you, Machinists Lodge, for your support!

Salvation Army Receives Grant From Riedel Foundation

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The Hannibal Salvation Army recently received a $2,500 grant from the Riedel Foundation to help purchase food for this year’s Christmas food boxes.

The George H. Riedel Private Foundation was established in the year 2000. He and his father served as Directors for F&M Bank and Trust Company for over 90 years. The purpose of the Foundation is to improve the quality of life in the city of Hannibal, Missouri.

This December, The Salvation Army expects to distribute at least 525 food boxes in the Hannibal area.

Annual Vacation From Starvation Food Drive Concludes

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The 2016 Vacation From Starvation Food Drive concluded on June 12th. The food drive, which began May 23rd, offered shoppers at local HyVee grocery stores the opportunity to purchase two different bags of food that would be donated to The Salvation Army food pantry in Quincy. Shoppers would (depending on which food bag they purchased) receive an additional 5¢ or 10¢ on their Fuel Saver card.

Items in the food bags consisted of food essentials, ranging from potatoes, canned fruit, noodles, and more. Overall, 141 cases of food were purchased/donated at a total of over $2,800 during the course of the food drive.

The Salvation Army wishes to thank both HyVee locations in Quincy, as well as KHQA for their support in this year’s Vacation From Starvation Food Drive.

Hannibal Regional Hospital Makes Donation To Salvation Army

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The Hannibal Salvation Army food pantry received a generous donation from the Hannibal Regional Hospital Auxiliary.

During a Pack The Pantry drive, the group collected hundreds of items, including food, toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant, and diapers.

Thank you, Hannibal Regional, and the women’s auxiliary for your support!

Quincy Salvation Army Receives $5,000 Grant From Ameren Illinois

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The Salvation Army has received a $5,000 grant from Ameren Illinois to help families pay a month of rent or other utilities in order to avoid being evicted and entering the cycle of homelessness.

“The Salvation Army is grateful to Ameren Illinois for granting us funds to help struggling families in our community pay rent or utilities for a month to help keep them in their homes. This grant helps our efforts to keep those in need from spiraling towards homelessness,” said Major Andrew Miller, Area Commander of The Salvation Army in Quincy, Illinois.

The Salvation Army’s mission is to meet human needs without discrimination while focusing on faith. Provisions of food, clothing, shelter, rent and utilities assistance help families in need. For those who are homeless, Salvation Army provides shelter for families, and single men and women. Additionally, they provide life skill classes and assistance for finding and retaining employment, and suitable, affordable housing.

The grant funds were made available through the Ameren Cares program, which connects Ameren Illinois with the communities it serves through charitable giving and volunteering. Chad Cloninger, Director Division II, Ameren Illinois, said partnering with non-profit organizations such as The Salvation Army of Quincy is an essential step in this program and in improving the quality of life in Ameren Illinois’ service territory.

“Many of our customers face fundamental challenges to their quality of life. We hope to ease those burdens with these funds,” said Cloninger. “We are proud to invest in organizations like The Salvation Army of Quincy that help our customers when they are facing many of life’s hardships.”