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Volunteer to be a Bell Ringer

We’ve implemented protocols to keep our bellringers, store customers, and associates healthy and safe.

Our Safety Protocols

2 Hours

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 104 Meals

  For Hungry Neighbors

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The Salvation Army is implementing protocols to ensure the health and safety of Bell Ringers and for all of our generous donors, including:

  1. Masks and gloves will be required for all bell ringers.
  2. All kettle equipment will be sanitized at the beginning and end of each day.
  3. As an individual approaches the kettle, Bell Ringers will be trained to step aside to allow six feet of separation for safe social distancing.
  4. Bell Ringers will not have any physical contact with any donations or individuals.

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It’s people just like you who make our programs possible by choosing to give your time. Volunteer opportunities vary depending on where you live, but all of our locations need volunteers throughout the year.

When you join our team of volunteers, you’re helping us build communities where lives are changed and hope is found. Volunteers are one of our strongest resources in meeting the needs of a community.


One-time Opportunities

Our one-time opportunities are perfect for those who want a quick and easy way to make a difference. These include activities like serving a meal any day of the year or ringing a bell during the holidays.

Ongoing Opportunities

Ongoing opportunities are designed for those who want to get involved on a regular basis. We’ll know you by your first name, and you’ll get to know the people in our programs. These include activities like working with youth, using your professional skills or serving after a disaster strikes.

Group Opportunities

We can accommodate your group’s desire to do something good together – whether family, friends,coworkers, civic or church groups. Group volunteer activities are typically project-based or part of a larger event.