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Here are some of the ways you can help your neighbors in need by becoming a volunteer with The Salvation Army:


The Learning Center*

• One-on-one tutors for homework help and literacy enrichment
• Art teachers
• Presenters for after school and early intervention programs
• GED and ESL teachers
• Back to School Drive
• One-on-one mentoring with teens**

Family Services Office

• Volunteer at our monthly food distribution
• Clothing Drive

Holiday Assistance

• Interviewers for Christmas applications throughout the month of October
• Food collection for Thanksgiving and Christmas
• Packing food boxes for Thanksgiving and  Christmas
• Sorting, packing, and distributing gifts for Christmas
• Standing kettles

Supportive Housing Program

• Presenters for life skills classes
• Toiletries collection drive
• Baby supplies collection drive
  Pathway of Hope...
• Toiletries collection drive
• Cleaning supplies collection drive
• One-on-one financial counseling

*Must have Child Abuse History Clearance, FBI Fingerprinting
Check, and State Criminal Background Check documentation

**One year commitment
Social Services Staff