The Salvation Army has changed lives and given hope to countless people. But it never does it alone.
The service and commitment of our volunteers enable The Salvation Army to:
Pantry Worker: Stocking shelves, assist clients in taking food to their cars, date incoming shipments for storage.
Grounds Keeper: Sweeping, mowing, raking, cleaning up trash around the grounds, washing windows, etc.
Car or Van Driver: Picking up before and dropping off after various church programs.
Youth Programs: Assist in leading youth programs-Girl Guards, Sunbeams, Adventure Corps, G.R.O.W., teaching Sunday School.
Licensed Beautician’s: Cutting and styling the hair of our clients.
Emergency Response Team: Preparedness in responding to disasters.
After School Kids Program: One on one tutoring, homework help and recreation.
Bell Ringing: Representing The Salvation Army at one of our kettle sites, ringing a bell and collecting donations, greeting people with a smile.
Toy Shop: Greeting clients, assisting clients in filling out applications, answering phones, guiding clients and other agency representatives through the Toy Shop to pick out toys, assist in keeping the toy shop stocked, cleaning the toy shop at the end of the season.
Christmas Outreach: Sorting food donations, packing food baskets, delivery of food baskets to shut-ins, assisting clients in taking their basket to their vehicle.
Other: There are many other opportunities to reach out a helping hand to someone in need. If you have any ideas, feel free to let us know.
Even the smallest tasks, like helping with office work or ringing bells at Christmas, support our mission and, in the end, help change lives in our community for the better. We couldn't do it without you! Thank you for helping us make our community a place of hope.
Click the link below for a list of current volunteer needs and to apply online.
Questions? Contact us at the Corps! Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (269) 963-3640, Ext. 10