Do you love working with children? Since its beginnings in 1865, The Salvation Army has always been committed to helping youth reach their full potential.
Volunteer opportunities exist in the following areas:
Teaching Assistants: Many children in our programs need extra educational support. Use your teaching skills to tutor, teach curriculum, or mentor a child (aged 2-7).
After School Programs: Help children build self-esteem, develop appropriate social behaviors, learn academic skills, be creative through arts and crafts projects, or have fun by planning special activities!
Teen Mentors: Youth benefit from close, caring relationships with adults who serve as positive role models. You can make a positive impact by becoming a role model, teacher, and adviser. Whether you plan social activities, coach sports, play games and music, or help with academic work, studies show that mentors can give youth the support, guidance, and opportunities to help youth succeed in life and meet their goals.