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The Salvation Army - Marinette/Menominee

Youth Ministry

Ministry positions assisting the Youth and Family Ministries Director.

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The Salvation Army - Marquette County

Bridging The Gap-After School Mentoring Program

Bridging the Gap aims to bring a safe, and caring atmosphere to local youth. The program is a FREE 12-week, 3 days/week program and provides opportunities for personalized tutorial services, life skills, health education, art therapy, occupational therapy, computer training, anger management, mediation, and conflict resolution. Post completion of the program gives graduates access to on-going support through our after-school youth services.

Volunteer mentors are needed at the Ishpeming location throughout the 2023-24 school year. 

This program takes place Monday thru Wednesday, 3-7pm.

Family Store

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The Salvation Army - Racine

Social Services

Social Service volunteers support the Social Services manager. The volunteer will assist in food referral services, conduct client intake assessments, make referrals to assigned food pantires, and other social service related duties as assigned.
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The Salvation Army - Waukesha County

General Interests

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.

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