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The Salvation Army has changed lives and given hope to countless people in Evansville, but there are still so many that need help


Why should I volunteer?

You can make a difference, you can become a volunteer.
“The look on their faces. You see the appreciation and the hope in their eyes when you lend them a hand and help them up. It makes my heart melt and reminds me that I can give back in so many simple ways.” This was the response of one of our volunteers when asked, “Why do you volunteer?”

So, what’s motivating you to give back and help us in Doing the Most Good? No matter what is it, chances are we have an opportunity for you. From helping a child receive a warm winter coat, to assisting a family as they shop for toys for their kids at Christmas to ringing a bell, to helping serve a meal to someone who is hungry – the possibilities are endless.

Please note, that if any opportunities are full, or unavailable, feel free to give us a call at 812-202-5133. Thank you!

weekly Opportunities       


Sally's Kitchen: Monday - Friday 10:45-1:15 pm

Hot lunches are served to the public Monday through Friday. We are always needing people to help us serve our guests each day as well as help in various other ways during our meal time. Together, we are fighting the ever-increasing food insecurities in our community and we are humbled to have you partner with us! 


Food Pantry: Need for Thursdays

Where: 1040 N Fulton Ave, Evansville, IN, (Double walk doors closest to Dollar General)
When: Thursdays, from 1:00-3:30 PM (Choice shop)
What's the need: We're looking for a group of 4-5 people to either rotate on Thursdays or serve every Thursday, starting on March 7th

We are a TEFAP participating food pantry and an equal opportunity provider. We offer groceries to whoever is in need while meeting the requirements of federal guidelines for the TEFAP program... Groceries include dry goods, canned, goods, frozen meat, refrigerator product and other household staples. Clients are allowed to come once a month to "shop" for their families. Clients can also come on behalf of others, and those who might not be able to come to the available times. Those who are not able to get out or find transportation can ask someone to come on their behalf and fill out the proper paperwork to be an approved "proxy".  Please contact our offices with any questions about being a proxy

Janitorial: Need all afternoons M-F

Where: 1040 N Fulton Ave, Evansville, IN, (Double walk doors closest to Dollar General)
When: Weekly, from 1:00-4:00 PM

These are a few of the things you will help us accomplish to allow our guests to have a clean place to be.
-Clean bathroom floors by sweeping and mopping them.
-Pick up any and all paper and trash on the floor.
-Clean (wipe down) sinks in all bathrooms.
-Clean, (wipe down) doors, and mirrors with towels and cleaners, and any other necessary cleaning substance
-Make sure that waste bins are emptied to avoid trash littering around.
-Restock or resupply restroom paper towels and toilet paper and make sure the toilet is in a good condition.

Meet with Jessie Rodriguez (maintenance supervisor) in the building to make request for items needed for work.

Take careful and safety measures in the use of chemicals which can be harmful to the body.


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Seasonal Opportunities


Stuff the Bus

Join us in serving those in need! 

Going back to school can look very different from one person to the next. The truth is that there are many who worry about having everything they need for their child. For some it's a battle they face every year...for others, this may be a battle they will be facing for the first time this year... We never want anyone to feel like they are alone in this battle.

For years The Salvation Army and Walmart have partnered to raise school supplies for those in need as part of "Stuff The Bus"... how we accomplished this effort has looked very different from year to year...From school supplies being purchased and volunteers stuffing focusing on area high schools and partnering with counselors for under-served our latest partnership with EVSC Foundation Teacher Locker helping equip teachers and classrooms throughout the year... to this year's 3-way approach to serving EVSC, Warrick County School Corp, and direct assistance to the Cedar Hall elementary neighborhood.

Donation boxes will be available at all local Walmart supercenters to collect on July 28th and 29th 2023 from 10 AM until 6 PM

Additional collection boxes will be available at other participating business and agencies including the following:  

To volunteer at a store and help collect supplies click below

West Volunteer    East Volunteer   Newburgh Volunteer  Boonville Volunteer
Help Setup/Tear Down Event


Register to Ring

Wal-mart and Schnuck's locations are already available to reserve for 2024!

It's no secret to any of us that people can struggle in lots of different ways. The Salvation Army is dedicated to meeting SO many needs of those struggling in the community. I am sure that you all are familiar with The Salvation Army’s red kettles and bell ringers during the Holiday season. For most of us, it just enhances that “feels like Christmas feeling” when we are out and about shopping over the Holiday’s. The bell ringing does more than just signal it’s “the most wonderful time of the year”. The donations raised from the red kettle campaign provide daily meals, utility resources, youth programs and Christmas toys and food boxes for families in need. The ringing of the bell represents hope. Would you consider “ringing hope” into your community this Holiday season?


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There are MUCH more opportunities that you can sign up for by reaching out at the contact information below:

Ready to Volunteer?

Contact Rachel Edgington at 812-202-5133 or Email 

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