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Without volunteers, our work is impossible. We work groups and individuals to make a big difference in a few hours. Call Mike at 248-334-2407 x101.
Without volunteers, our work would be impossible. From Chef Paul who donates time to oversee our Food Services to a homeschool group who puts food on pantry shelves, we rely on our volunteers for important, routine tasks. From Driving to Sorting to Answering Phones, we could use your help this season.
Most importantly at this time of year, we invite you to give your time to our fundraising effort at the Red Kettles. Volunteer to ring a bell at one of our kettle locations by visiting registertoring.com. Locations manned by volunteers always bring in the most money!
VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES WITH SPECIFIC DATES
Intake - Tuesdays and Thursdays until Christmas
Toy Collection - Consider starting a toy drive on our behalf, or volunteer to sponsor some gifts.
Toy Shoppe Sorting and Set Up - December 13 and 18
Toy Shoppe Distribution Days - December 19-20
Community Thanksgiving Lunch, Food service from 12-1:30 p.m. Volunteers needed for set up, clean up and food service.
Visits to area nursing homes. Visits take place all afternoon. Gifts and training provided. Transportation available for those who need it. Volunteers are encouraged to join us for lunch at 12:30 p.m. before we visit.
Kids Club Final Program. Event from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Volunteers needed to sit with groups of children during program. This would be a great opportunity for those thinking about mentoring youth.
December 31-January 4 Winter Vacation Bible School. Daily from 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Volunteers are needed to travel from station to station with groups of children, and to assist with Food Service. Teens are welcomed for this opportunity.
Clerical/Receptionist, with or without Data Entry. Office hours, M-F. Individual will answer phones and direct questions to our staff and other agencies, greet office guests and answer basic questions, help with filing or other paperwork. May include computer-based data entry for volunteers with this skillset.
Mentoring. Tuesday of Thursday evenings, weekly. Programs don't change lives. People change lives. Developmental relationships are key to unlocking an individual's potential. Our Youth Opportunities are built upon adult mentor relationships, and we are looking for individuals to partner with 2-4 kids in a project-based class that meets weekly. Classes include STEM, Art, Culinary Arts, Music and more.
Kitchen Assistants. We serve lunch twice weekly to the community, every Wednesday and Friday from 12-1:30 p.m. Volunteers are always needed to help prepare, serve and clean up.
Contact Mike.Lewis@usc.salvationarmy.org to being the application process today.