TSA is a global organization currently active in 113 countries and territories around the world.
It is a leading provider of Health Care, operating 364 hospitals, clinics and extended-care facilities, including the world’s largest AIDS hospital in Chikenkata, Zambia, which serves over 355,000 people each year.
It is a leading provider of Education, operating 2,280 schools and 6 colleges, serving nearly a half a million students.
It is a leading Responder to Natural Disasters, providing assistance to 1.1 million individuals in 268 disasters last year.
Its Substance Abuse programs provide recovery and job training to 105,000 persons a year.
TSA Child Care centers serve over 100,000 children every day.
TSA has been a leading recycler since the late 19th century and today recycles hundreds of tons every day.
TSA receives more charitable gifts than any other organization in the United States for the last 20 years in a row.It received the largest gift in U.S. history of $1.5 billion for the express purpose of building community centers in dozens of cities across the country.
Global shipments and distribution of food and other supplies require a logistics network rivaling major delivery carriers.
108,000 employees assist 17,000 officers to operate this vast network.
In the United States, TSA’s investment portfolio exceeds $5 billion.
TSA is better known by its legal name, “The Salvation Army”.