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Here are some ideas on how our Partners For Good employees
can engage with The Salvation Army mission first-hand!
We create real change for our communities together
In order to do the most good for the most people, we rely on our business community to partner with us in helping those who are less fortunate. We need partners to join us!
The Salvation Army actively helps shape our communities future and believes in meeting the needs of those around us in God’s name without discrimination.
We are looking for businesses who want a relationship and would be willing to work with us throughout the year. We have many different partnership opportunities. You can determine what works best for you and your business.
Employee service opportunities can include:
Providing meals through our feeding programs, stocking food pantry shelves or putting together boxes of food to give to families in need.
Helping share the love of the holidays by collecting coats for kids, offering your time as bell ringers, or assisting in seasonal campaigns & services that fill the giving season with hope again.
Your time can be the difference in someone else's life.
Many of our Partners for Good want to give direct impact to a cause, program or service - and you can, too, by offering your support through a monetary donation. There are creative ways to do this such as offering a match to your employees' efforts or creating your own fundraiser entirely. The needs of our communities are always changing, and a monetary gift ensures that these are met directly through your generosity.
Help offset daily operating costs by donating professional services such as providing building and construction services and expertise; offering legal services for our veterans; teaching a life skills class, including topics such as financial literacy or budgeting, cooking, or interviewing for a job; provide services such as plumbing, auto repair or landscaping and yard work.
Donate products such as baked bread, dinners, canned food, sandwiches, non-perishable items, personal hygiene items, etc.