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The Salvation Army has changed lives and given hope to countless people throughout the nation. But it never does it alone.
Volunteers matter and make a DIFFERENCE in what we do at The Salvation Army of Livingston County.
We cannot do what we do without Volunteers.
Whether you are a long time volunteer or recently joined our team, it's important to know that WHAT YOU DO MAKES THIS DIFFERENCE We truly value and appreciates each and every volunteer who gives back by supporting The Salvation Army and our mission
Emergency Disaster Services
The Salvation Army is one of the nation's largest federally recognized Emergency Disaster Services agencies. However all Salvation Army disaster response services are managed locally. We recognize the critical importance of being prepared for disasters which means maintaining internal infrastructure and disaster training. Disaster responses varies from place to place depending on the situation. Our volunteers are trained to assist with food services, emergency shelter, cleanup, emergency communication, as well as spiritual and emotional care. In the case of a long-term disaster, volunteers will also learn restoration and rebuilding, disaster social services, and In-kind management.
To be part of the Emergency Disaster Team contact Major Prezza Morrison
The Salvation Army periodically has a need for individuals to help with administration type tasks: stuffing envelopes, making phone calls, stocking the pantry. If helping around the office is your cup of tea, let us know, we would love to put you on the list!
Looking for something a little bit more around the Holidays?
We need hundreds of volunteers for thousands of hours October through December every year. We assist over 500 families each year, which takes a lot of helping hands. Save the date for the below opportunities.
Each year we ask for volunteers to help us at the Red Kettles. Although we get many, many volunteers to help, we never had a single day that had volunteers at every kettle for every shift. That is why we are having Volunteer Day! On Saturday, December 7th we have a goal of having 100% of every red kettle shift manned by volunteers. We are soo close and need just a little help. Can you spare 2 or more hours of your day to bring HOPE and Smiles to those in need? Sign up online HERE
Toy Sorting We have collected the toys. Now we need to unbag, sort, count all the wonderful donations from the Toy Drive. Won't you please help us getthis task accomplished. Simply sign-up here to help us get things ready to give away to the children of our community !! Sign Up HERE
Christmas Toy Shop Set Up
Hundreds of families "shop" at The Salvation Army and Toys for Tot's partnered Toy Shop each year and we need helping hands to make this happen. In order for the toy shop to be in tip top shape we need YOU! Starting November we will need many helpers to set the toy shop, sort toys and much more. Sign up online HERE.
Hundreds of families "shop" at The Salvation Army and Toys for Tot's partnered Toy Shop each year and we need helping hands to make this happen. Volunteers are needed to help the families shop, load family cars, pick out gifts and much more.
Christmas Distribution Opportunities December 12th and 13th of 2019. Sign Up online HERE.
Red Kettles and Gold Bells help The Salvation Army of Livingston County raise nearly one third of their annual budget each year! Believe it or not these short 4 weeks make the difference in the number of people and programs we can do the following year and we need many helping hands to make this happen! When you Bell Ring for a short 2 plus hours you can make a new family tradition, bring a smile to the faces of children passing by and most importantly bring HOPE to a family in need. Help provide HOPE to a neighbor, friend or even a stranger this year. Bell Ringing Opportunities Now open!
Looking for something more? Contact Darlene Howard at 517-546-4750 ext 347