Where is Salvation Army Corporate office Headquarters

Salvation Army Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 1112, 615 Slaters Ln, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA

  • Phone Number:
    +1 703-684-5500

  • Fax Number: 703-684-3478

  • Email: websa@salvationarmy.org

  • Number of Members: 1150666

  • Established: 1865

  • Founder: William Booth & his wife Catherine

  • Key People: Bill James, Raymond Cooper Commissioner

Salvation Army Headquarters Location & Directions

Salvation Army Headquarters Executive Team



Bill James

Comptroller of Greater Baltimore Area Command

Joseph Ray Nixon Jr.

Transamerica Series Trust – Transamerica Barrow Hanley Dividend Focused VP

Jim P. Wise CPA

Free Enterprise Foundation

About Salvation Army, History and Headquarters Information


Royal Caribbean was founded in the year 1968. The company has been operational for almost 51 years now. The former name of the company was Royal Caribbean Cruise Line. The company was founded by 3 Norwegian shipping companies. The company’s first ship, known as the ‘Song of Norway’ was put into service in the year 1970. In the year 1971, Nordic Prince was added to the fleet as well. Sun Viking was later added to the list in the following year as well. Then in the year 1986, the company had leased property in Haiti and then had turned it into a private port for guests as well. The port was then eventually named as Labadee.

As of the year 1997, the company had merged with Celebrity Cruises in order to form Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited as well. The cruise lines were then kept separate following the merger as well. In the year 2000, the Island Cruises line was launched by the company. By the year 2006, the company had acquired the Pullmantur cruise line too as well. Construction had commenced on Freedom of the Seas, the line’s newest ship during that time, at Aker Finnyards in the year 2005 and also the vessel launched the next year too, as the largest passenger vessel in the world, by far. Freedom of the Seas’ sister ship, known as the Liberty of the Seas, was launched in the year 2007 and Independence of the Seas was delivered during the year 2008. As of the year 2013, the company had announced the first two ships of their newest Quantum class, known as the Quantum of the Seas and also the Anthem of the Seas as well – which were being built at the Meyer Werft shipyard. The same year, the company had announced that they had signed a contract for a third Quantum-class ship as well, which was due for delivery in the year 2016. Then in the year 2014, the company had announced that the third Quantum-class ship would be named Ovation of the Seas and later in the year 2015, the company had announced that the third Oasis-class ship would be named as the Harmony of the Seas. By the year 2015, the company had announced that they had agreed to sell off the Splendour of the Seas to TUI Cruises in the year 2016. Then in the year 2016, the company had announced that they had agreed to sell Legend of the Seas to Thomson Cruises in the year 2017 as well. As of the year 2018, the company had announced that they will be conducting a massive renovation for their private island as well, known as Coco Cay, which is almost halfway done with parts opening by the end of the year 2018 and also in the year 2019 as well – with its first opening in the year 2019 and its official opening with everything completed by the end of the year 2019. The headquarters of the company is based in 1050 Caribbean Way. The name of the place is Miami, while the name of the state is Florida, USA. The pin code of the area is 33132.


Royal Caribbean is a Norweigan company that focuses on the designing and manufacturing of various kinds of ships and cruise lines as well, famously known for its Oasis of the Seas. The current CEO and president of the company are Michael Bayley. The company is a subsidiary of the Royal Caribbean Cruises Limited. The company has a market share of almost 19.2 per cent in terms of passengers and 14 per cent in terms of revenue.


The primary services provided by the company include allowing customers and clients to purchase and enjoy the various types of cruise ships that are designed, manufactured, marketed and sold by the company itself. The company also indulges in the tourism and hospitality industry as well.

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  • Mary Irle says:

    I work at the Corpus Christi Salvation Army, it is very heartbreaking 💔 to me to know how the funds donated and Grants received are misused by staff. There are many other serious issue that should be addressed here and staff held accountable for the abuse of this goodness. I also have witnessed unprofessional behavior of the social workers. People need help not judgement, case workers should never discuss a person issue, family life with other, to justify why they (Social Work) didn’t help or get outside help for a person in need. I recently started assisting a person, not asking for any assistance from this place. Yet, staff felt the need to make an issue about it. I don’t need someone to tell me what Jesus would expect from me. I also, don’t misuse Salvation Army generosity, I have always handled thing by allowng God to assist and direct the course of situation.


  • Linda Whitehead says:

    I attempted to contact the Midland, MI store, but the links were not working. I recently stopped in to the Midland, MI store; I had not been in for a while due to weather. Everything was arranged differently than it used to be. I first noticed people leaving the store empty handed. Then I saw there are no more books. Then I observed that prices on items had increased quite a bit, to the point that retail prices for new items in mainstream stores are not only competitive, but in several cases, cheaper than prices at Salvation Army! As a community resource, Salvation Army has priced itself right out of the market for families who patronize the store. This is totally counterproductive to your mission. From now on, when I donate items, I will not be dropping them off at Salvation Army, but will choose a more customer friendly environment. I am so disappointed that you have chosen to raise prices to the point that those who need items at a thrifty price, will not be able to do so.

  • Joe Bloe says:

    The homeless shelter in Minneapolis, MN is notorious for the abusive actions & attitude of the staff.

  • Darlene Prince says:

    The Noblesville, IN Salvation Army Family Sore used to be a great store with a friendly helpful staff until Heidi a new manager fired all the friendly employees. The people there are some of the rudest people I have ever come across in a service industry. They are selling the merchandise online and put aside the best donations to sell on the internet. They are essentially stealing from the Salvation Army. I will never step in this store again. I would rather pay full price and not have to deal with petty tyrants. One bad apple spoils the pot is the motto here. They also don’t let you return anything and most of the clothing has stains or bugs. Go across the street to the Goodwill which has a much friendlier staff and they accept returns.

  • Karen Starkinski says:

    Recently bought my son a used book at local location. I didn’t pay attention to the price until check-out I noticed the $4.99 sticker. I asked the cashier about this and was advised that books were no longer $0.10 and were now individually priced. This was a USED, heavily handled Diary of a Wimpy Kid paperback with tons of writing throughout being sold for $5.00………..really SalArmy? My son had a meltdown when I refused to pay for this item. The books are DONATED and being marked up to ridiculous costs. Shame on you Salvation Army. You have lost a frequent customer and I have been telling everyone I know about this.

  • Judy Lavendar says:

    Dear Ms Davis, The Salvation Army never discriminates on people to help. You may be referring to their policy on staff members which is, in the Corps Community Centers, the officers in charge will be a man and wife as a married couple. In other employment alternative-sexuals of all kinds are certainly welcome to apply.

  • Lorrie Davis says:

    I would like to know when the Salvation Army became the biblical judge on who they would and would not help? The area that I am in; this Salvation Army is very judgmental and will not help certain people. They ask them to “prove” their sexuality. Amazing… since this is against federal laws.

  • Carolyn Gleen says:

    I Was Abused &Misused
    At The Salavatation Army.

  • Carolyn Gleen says:

    Finding A Complain.

  • kearin says:

    who do you call for extension I been outside for while after college only 29 years old might have get disability in my new situation with business and politics who do I speak to bout extension regardless of job and it happen to be cold and 5 day

  • Nancy Burke says:

    If our local Salvation Army is having management difficulties to whom would I address my concerns?

  • anita Keil says:

    where is your phone Number in Colorado to apply for a job.

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