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Volunteer to Help Others

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Volunteering is Fun and Rewarding

Almost 3.3 million people of all ages volunteered their time, talents, and resources to assist The Salvation Army's work. Our volunteers are critical partners in helping us fulfill our promise to America of "Doing the Most Good."

Volunteers are Important

Volunteers are a crucial part of The Salvation Army of Cedar Rapid's community service programs.

Volunteers tutor, teach, mentor, supervise children at play, coach, provide companionship for seniors, help with holiday baskets, serve on advisory boards, roll up their sleeves in times of disasters, clean, ring the bells during the Red Kettle effort, and much more.

If you have a special skill or passion that you would like to share, or if you simply want to help others but aren?t sure how, we may have a job that is right for you.  

Cedar Rapids Advisory Board

Craig Anderson                                    Maria Johnson                                    Kim Rimmer  

Tracy Bastian                                        Doug Jonz                                           Phil Seidl

Adam Calcara                                       Steve Kane                                          Lauren Shovein

Katie Dostal                                          Michael Klappholz                               Scott Strauss (chairperson)

Scott Drzycimski                                   Steve Klein                                          Greg Swartzendrubber

Kyle Faille                                              Amy Kramer                                         Aaron-Marie Thoms

John Huiskamp                                     Michele Matt                                        Eric Thuente

Edwin Hung                                           KC Pochobradsky


Emeritus Members: Joe Conner, Linda McConnell, Don Thomas


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