Assistance Move Office Furniture: April 16-18 and 25-27 we are having flooring replaced throughout the Community Center. Assistance is needed to help move office furnishings in and out of offices. 

Food Drive Assistance: Assist with collection of food at a local Spartan Store April 22 - 28 (2 - 6 hour blocks available) 
weekdays between 3 - 7pm and Sat and Sun. between 12 - 6pm. Individuals, families and small groups welcome.  

Join our Advisory Board: Our advisory board members are local civic, philanthropic business community leaders who are passionate about giving back to their community. They engage, empower and evaluate local programs and services. Advisory board members help us achieve our mission, purpose and objectives through their contribution of work, wealth and wisdom. Click here for more information. 

Christmas In July: It is not too early to register for the July 20 & 21 Christmas In July Red Kettle Campaign! Register to ring Friday and Saturday between 10am - 6pm at Oleson’s Long Lake and Hammond Rd, Tom’s Food Market East and West Bay, Family Fare 8th St or Espresso Bay and Horizon Books downtown Traverse City. .    

Community Meals program: The lunch time community meal program runs Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. Select a day that works for you and help provide a meal, friendship and fellowship. Food prep 9am - noon or dishwasher/cleanup 11am - 2pm.  

Thrift Store Volunteer: Mondays - Saturday between 9am - 6pm. Assist in sorting donations, stocking thrift store, cleaning etc. 

Emergency Disaster Services Volunteer Training: June 2, 2018 - Disaster Food Service and Canteen Operations training.  When disaster strikes - the Salvation Army is there. We rely upon trained disaster workers to coordinate emergency relief operations and deliver fast, efficient service and compassionate support to disaster survivors and first responders. Click here for more information. 

Contact Mary Vollink for more information at 231.946.4644.  

Volunteers make a difference!  Join us in Doing the Most Good for the Most People in the Most Need!

The rewards of volunteering can be immense for both you as the volunteer and for those on the receiving end. Your kind-hearted donation of time and talents can produce amazing results.

The Salvation Army encourages individuals and groups of all ages to join in the spirit of giving through volunteering. Your volunteer support enables us to utilize our funding to provide services that are designed to meet the needs of our growing communities. 

 Independent volunteering is a great way to meet new people while helping others, and group projects serve as wonderful team-building activities for established groups or clubs. Those who want to help but who are not able to participate as a volunteer can still help in other ways. For example, if you are not able to participate as a volunteer, why not consider collecting items to donate to one of our many programs. A little help makes a big difference!