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Salvation Army Rock County - Janesville

General Interests

Janitoral

Responsibilities:

Clean designated areas including offices, restrooms, and common spaces.
Empty trash, restock supplies, and report maintenance needs.
Follow safety protocols and instructions from supervisors.
Maintain professionalism and confidentiality.

We have two locations:

JanesvilleFlexable hours Monday - Friday from 8:30am to 3pm

Beloit - Flexable hours Tuesday - Friday from 8:30am to 3pm

Food Pantry

JANESVILLE: Food Pantry is open Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays from 12:30PM-3:30PM.

BELOIT: Food Pantry is open Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays from 10AM-2:30PM.

The food pantry volunteers are needed to help receive in foods, check dates, stock shelves, build orders/bags, greet clients, keep the pantry clean and organized, and assisting participants.

  • Must be able to stand for the entire shift.
  • Must be able to lift 10 lbs.
  • All volunteers will be required to take the Safe From Harm online training prior to volunteering. 

 

 

Community Meal Program

 

Community Meal Program

 

JANESVILLE: Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays Meal Served at 12pm

BELOIT: Tuesdays & Thursdays Meal Served at 12pm

 

Dining Room Attendant 11:30am-1:00pm

Greet clients as the enter for lunch. Assist in our dining room as needed.  You may restock silverware, refill beverages, talk or pray with our clients, etc.

Janesville - M, W, F

Beloit - Tues. & Thurs.

 

Kitchen Help 9:30-2:30pm

Learn to work in our kitchen! Help with food prep and serve the meal from the kitchen. Help with cleanup and possibly dishes after the meal.

Janesville - M, W, F

Beloit - Tues. & Thurs.

 

Dishwasher 10:00am-2:30pm

Help with cleanup during prep, wash dishes before, during & after the meal.

Janesville - M, W, F

Beloit - Tues. & Thurs.

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The Salvation Army - Greater Green Bay Area

Food Pantry Assembly - Downstairs Pantry

Pack grocery bags for our guests. Some bending, lifting, and being on your feet required. *closed toe shoes only*

Food Pantry Distribution - Upstairs Pantry

Distribute food pantry to our guests. Some bending, lifting, and being on your feet required. *closed toe shoes only*

Food Service - Lunch Program

Social Services (GB Union Court Corps)

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The Salvation Army - Kenosha

A) Social Services Office

The Social Services Office provides oversight in specific social service programs including Food Pantry, Bread Line, Rental, Transportation, and Utility Assistance as well as other programs offered by the Corps.

C) Seasonal Office

Seasonal volunteer positions supporting the toy shop and community care opportunities.

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The Salvation Army - Service Extension: Chippewa Valley Bread of Life Center

Administrative

Food Pantry - Chippewa Falls

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The Salvation Army - Waukesha County

General Interests

Feed the Kids

Feed the Kids 

Meal Prep & Distribution

We need volunteers to help with Feed the Kids a FREE lunch program. Volunteers are needed Monday - Friday June 24th - August 16th, 2024.

Volunteers are needed to help prepare the lunches.

Volunteers will be making sandwiches, cutting fruits, and veggies, bagging snacks, and assembling lunches. The lunches will be distributed at Sentinel Park in Waukesha. 

Feed the Kids is a fun and rewarding volunteer opportunity that helps serve children and families in Waukesha.

 

All volunteers must complete the online volunteer application along with a background check and Safe From Harm online training which is required for all volunteers before you can begin volunteering.

 

Community Meal Program

Community Meal Program

Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays Meal Served at 5pm

 

Dining Room Server 4:00pm-6:00pm

Assist in our dining room!  You may wrap silverware help set up, pour beverages, serve sides & desserts, and assist diners!

 

Kitchen Help 4:30-6:30pm

Learn to work in our kitchen! Help with food prep and serve the meal from the kitchen.  Help with cleaning and dishes after the meal!  Volunteers must stay for the entire shift and help with the dishes.

 

Check-In Desk Volunteer 4:00pm-6:00pm

Assist the Meal Program Coordinator with any task that may need to be done. Each participant must check-in to receive a meal. This volunteer will be responsible for entering the meal for the individual into our database. Volunteers must be comfortable using a computer and database.  Basic data entry skills are needed for entering new participants and updating existing participants in the database. Greet and remind all volunteers to sign-in on the volunteer sign-in sheet when they arrive.

All volunteers will be required to take the Safe From Harm online training prior to volunteering.

Food Sorting

Food Sorting

Volunteers sort food into food categories for distribution. Check dates on donated food to make sure the food item has not expired. You must be able to lift and move up to 25 pounds. This position involves standing for the entire shift.

Spring Flowers.....Yardwork Volunteers Needed

Waukesha Salvation Army is in need of some Spring Flowers .....

Are you interested in spending time outside in the warm summer weather, while helping keep your community looking its best?

Waukesha Salvation Army is looking for volunteers that can assist with planting flowers and basic yardwork. This is a good opportunity for groups looking for a one-time project or individuals looking for an ongoing volunteer opportunity.

Volunteer duties may include planting flowers, pulling weeds, raking leaves, and mulching.

Volunteer times can be flexible to meet your schedule. 

Contact Carissa, Volunteer Coordinator for more information 262-547-7367 ext. 231 or carissa.cornwell@usc.salvationarmy.org

Drivers!

VOLUNTEER DRIVERS are needed for the upcoming holiday season!

Do you like driving? Do you have a good driving record? We are looking for volunteer drivers to drive to different store locations across Waukesha County and pick up and drop off kettles and bell ringers.

Job Duties: Pick up and drop off kettles or bell ringers at a variety of locations in Waukesha County. Every day we will generate a new route for you to drive. Stop at each location and switch out kettles and when you have completed all the stops on the route you will bring the kettles back to the corps office located at 445 Madison Street Waukesha.  Each route varies in the time it takes to complete but should not take more than 2 hours from start to finish. You can drive your own vehicle or if available a Salvation Army vehicle. Volunteer drivers must always drive safely, obey traffic laws, and respect the rights of other drivers. Not only should you concentrate on your own driving, but you should also be aware of the other vehicles around you.

Qualifications: You will need to pass a background check and must have a good driving record. If you will be driving your own vehicle it must have insurance and be reliable. 

Community Meal Program

The Community Meal happens every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday from 5pm-5:40pm. 

Volunteers are needed to help serve the meal. 

Volunteers assist with serving the meal and with helping in the kitchen.

The volunteer shift is from 4pm-6pm Tues, Thurs, & Saturdays or from 4:30-6:30pm.

All volunteers will be required to take the Safe From Harm online training prior to volunteering.

Feed the Kids

Meal Prep & Distribution

We need volunteers to help with Feed the Kids a FREE summer lunch program. The program goes for 8 weeks during the summer to help kids have access to a healthy lunch that they would usually get at school.  Feed the Kids happens on weekdays Monday-Friday.   

****The volunteers will meet in the morning in the dining room on the second floor at our location 445 Madison Street Waukesha*****

Volunteers are needed to help prepare the lunches. Volunteers will be making sandwiches, cutting fruits and veggies, bagging snacks, and assembling lunches.

Lunches will be distributed every weekday at Sentinel Park on Madera Street in Waukesha from 12pm-12:30pm. 

Feed the Kids is a fun and rewarding summer volunteer opportunity that helps serve children and families in Waukesha.

 

All volunteers must complete the online volunteer application along with a background check and Safe From Harm training is required for all volunteers prior to volunteering.

 

Food Pantry

The food pantry volunteers are needed to help participants select items from the food pantry shelves.  Volunteers will also need to write down the participants information along with stocking shelves, keeping the pantry clean and organized, packing food items and assisting participants.

Food Pantry is open TUESDAYS & WEDNESDAYS from 1PM-4PM and FRIDAYS 9AM-12PM

  • Must be able to stand for the entire shift.
  • Must be able to lift 10 lbs.
  • All volunteers will be required to take the Safe From Harm online training prior to volunteering. 

 

 

State Fair Corn Roast

Volunteers looking for a group of volunteers to help with the Lions Corn Roast booth at the State Fair.

May be an image of text that says 'WISC NSIN STATE FAIR AUGUST 1 1-11, 11, ,2024 uscellular Presented By'

 

 

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