Making a Hometown Difference
Individuals interested in “Making a Hometown Difference” are invited to attend a free volunteer open house hosted by The Salvation Army of Kent County on Wednesday, Oct. 27 from 4-7 p.m. at The Salvation Army Kroc Center (2500 S. Division). All ages are welcome to come learn about year-round and seasonal volunteer opportunities while enjoying fall-themed festivities.
The Salvation Army has needs for volunteers at Christmastime for its bell ringing and Angel Tree programs, and year-round for its food pantry, Little Pine Island Camp, and programs that enrich the lives of children and senior citizens.
“Donating your time with us makes an incredibly positive impact not only on our organization, but on our whole community,” Divisional Commander Major Glen Caddy said. “We invite you to join us at the Kroc Center and find an opportunity that works for you.”
Cider and donuts will be provided. Attendees can paint a pumpkin and enter a free drawing to win door prizes.
The event is completely free, but The Salvation Army is kindly asking those planning to attend to RSVP below!