Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army of Milwaukee County.
Regular emails are sent announcing new opportunities and to promote our volunteer needs.
Please be aware that some activities such as working with the Food Pantry and Feed the Kids program. These programs involve our vulnerable population, therefore, will require a background check and Safe From Harm training prior to volunteering.
The 2022 Toy Shop registered 2,389 families, 2,238 were served and 5,813 children were given toys. We provided 41,156 toys to children and families.
Feed the Kids program served 65,087 meals over the 10-week program.
Coats for Kids served 4,154 people requesting coats and 4,924 coats have been given out thru 2022.
Volunteers are needed for our Coat Sorting activity starting February 6-10 and 13-14, 2023, from 9-12 PM. This activity takes place at 5880 N 60 Street, Milwaukee, WI.
Please help us to do it again by being a blessing to others and helping to meet the needs within our communities!
Divisional Director of Volunteer Services
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The Food Pantry is located at The Salvation Army's Distribution Center, 5880 North 60th Street.
Volunteers will work in the following areas;
Shoppers, Stockers and Greeter. Must be 18 or older, complete a background check and Safe from Harm training!
For information about the Food Pantry please contact Donna at 414-464-2940
Thank you for volunteering!
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"The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the Universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination."