The Salvation Army has changed lives and given hope to countless people throughout the nation. But it never does it alone.
It’s people just like you who make our programs
possible by choosing to give your time.
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 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.
We can accommodate your group’s desire to do something good together – whether family, friends, co-workers, civic or church groups. Group volunteer activities are typically project-based or part of a larger event.
Here are just a few of the volunteer opportunities that we have available:
Helping stock and serve clients in our food pantry, especially in the afternoon
Help with picking up food donations from our local partners
Serving seniors in our Samaritan Center for Adult Day Services (Background check required)
Helping prepare meals for our youth programming
Serving as an adult leader in our teen programs (Background check required)
Helping to 'ring the bell' as part of our annual Red Kettle Campaign
For more information or to schedule a volunteer opportunity,
please call Angela Romine @ (740) 687-1921 ext. 1004 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The easiest way to help from early November through Christmas Eve is to ring a bell at one of our iconic red kettles. Volunteers are the difference between an empty kettle and one that raises the funds that sustain the help we give all year long.
When you volunteer at the Kettle, in one hour you are feeding 13 people.