The Salvation Army - Harbor Light Center

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Our Christmas activities include our Annual Christmas dinner on Christmas Day for the community, our nearby women and family shelter, and the individuals who participate in our live-in recovery program. Also included is our Angel Tree Program. 

Angel Tree is an annual event where individuals ‘adopt a family’ to donate gifts to children and families in need during the holidays.  Preparations will begin with sorting toys and clothes and setting up tables for distribution. After distribution, help will be needed to restore the gym area for children returning for regular events post-Christmas.

Angel Tree Set-Up – Monday, December 16 – Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Angel Tree Distribution – Thursday, December 19 – Friday, December 20, 2019

Gym Restoration – Monday, December 30, 2019

You may participate in the Angel Tree program as well as the annual dinner. 

After you sign up, our Events Coordinator will contact you for confirmation, specific assignments, and any additional information needed. 

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Holiday Food Box Helper 2 12/17/2020 12/18/2020
Toy Wrapping Volunteers 1 11/30/2020 12/21/2020

Food Service

Help in the kitchen with food preparation, serving and clean up. Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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Prepare & Serve Food (along with clean-up) 1

Homeless Services

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Mobile Outreach or Feeding Assistant 1


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Maintenance work at Harbor Light 1


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Food Pantry Assistant 1

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Mission Statement

The Salvation Army Harbor Light Center, is one of the larger and respected substance abuse recovery programs in the United States. It provides comprehensive, specialized services to persons seeking to overcome the disease of alcohol and substance abuse. A sequence of programs enables clients to set and achieve personal, positive objectives to overcome their illness, reestablish their lives, and return to the community as productive citizens.