Be a Service Leader in Your Local Community
Volunteer leaders of The Salvation Army are passionate about giving back to their communities, and they find creative ways to serve their neighbors in need.
To offer your hearts, hands and leadership skills to The Salvation Army in your area, contact your local branch by entering your zip code on the right-hand column.
Advisory Board members are community representatives who provide valuable assistance and advice in support of The Salvation Army’s mission to “preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination”.
The Salvation Army relies heavily on board members’ advice and community outreach, and their ability to financially and prayerfully support the programs that are Doing the Most Good for those in the most need. These representatives are of different age groups, races, religions, interests, and expertise. Learn More.
The Red Kettle Club is an opportunity for middle and high school students across America to serve the less fortunate of their communities. While the name denotes support of the popular red kettles and holiday bell-ringing, students forming clubs are encouraged to continue the spirit of The Salvation Army’s mission by sponsoring various events through out the school year to help those in need. Learn More.
Echelon is a community of diverse young adults, ages 21 to 35, collectively rising up to serve
The Salvation Army through fellowship and networking,
donations and fundraising, and service and volunteering. Echelon was founded in 2010 in Dallas, Texas and has since been branded as the National Young Adult Auxiliary of The Salvation Army. Learn More.