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Partners in Doing the Most Good

The Salvation Army has changed lives and given hope to countless people throughout the nation. But it never does it alone.


we love volunteers! give yourself a high five for being awesome.

There are a lot of ways to get involved—for individuals or groups, for a one time thing or on a recurring basis:

We desperately need volunteers to help with our pantry. are you a part of a church or service group willing to help? Let us know!

Food Pantry – Client Aid

  • Helpers assist clients as they “shop” in our client choice pantry
  • Helpers are still needed to cover the 3rd, 4th, and 5th Tuesdays of each month (3:00-4:30pm) and on the 5th Thursday of each month (1:00-2:30pm)
  • We’re looking for folks interested in committing to one or more of these days each month as a part of our ongoing volunteer rotation

receptionist help

  • Flexible hours (we typically need up to 15-20 hours of total help each week)
  • Answer phones and direct calls, greet clients, assist with minor administrative tasks

ring the bell (seasonal)

  • Gather some friends or family, pick a date & time and visit to sign up for a volunteer bellringing shift! Helping out during our seasonal fundraising ensures we are able to offer the critical support and services we do all year long.

emergency disaster services (eds)

  • Become a certified EDS volunteer to serve on our mobile canteen unit and respond to local natural disasters and emergency situations*
  • Volunteers offer practical and material support to victims and first-responders
  • Advanced training/certification available for those interested in serving as national and international EDS response team members


  • Handyman projects
  • Lawn care and beautification projects
  • Light cleaning & organizing

If you’re interested or curious, contact Major Mark Litherland

(765) 289-7924 Ext. 10 or


*Ongoing contact with youth and/or vulnerable adults requires a background check and Safe From Harm certification (free training available on-site). EDS certification requires completion of the appropriate course for desired deployment level (free training available on-site or regionally).