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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.

  • They share the most precious of resources, their time and talents
  • They help make life better for those who are in need 
  • Fruits of their labor make a tangible impact 
  • Their act of kindness and caring is what helps us make the difference in the lives of those we serve 

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.

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Please contact Darlene Howrard, Volunteer Coordinator for more information at 517-295-4347.

RED KETTLE CAMPAIGN/BELL RINGING

The Salvation Army of Livingston County will again this year have the red kettles at various locations/storefronts throughout Livingston County.  Volunteer bell ringers are VERY MUCH needed to man the kettles. By clicking HERE  you will see the dates, locations and shifts that are still available.  We only ask that two volunteers be at a kettle at a time and that you sign up for AT LEAST a two-hour shift.  As always we will be implementing safety protocols to ensure the health and safety of our volunteers. The funds you help raise by ringing the bells stay in our community to help those less fortunate.  Please consider helping us by ringing the bells this Holiday Season.  If you should have any questions, need further information and/or help with signing up, please contact Darlene Howard, Volunteer Coordinator at 517-295-4347 or email Darlene.howard@usc.salvationarmy.org.

 

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 Lt.Robert Leach or Lt Stephanie Leach.

 

 

 

 

Looking for something more or need more information on any volunteer opportunities?

Contact Darlene Howard at 517-546-4750 ext 347