The Salvation Army - Edmonton


Volunteer Opportunities

 

Christmas Kettles

 

Our Christmas Kettle Campaign will launch on November 12 this year. We have opened up the Kettle schedule and volunteers can sign up for as many shifts as they would like.

 

We have a Kettle Volunteer Orientation video that can be viewed after you have created an account by hovering your mouse on the “My Profile” link on the right hand side of the screen, and a drop down menu will appear. If you select ”Training”, there will be a list of training options available for you. Please click on the “Take” button for the “Training – Christmas Kettle Volunteer” training course. There will be a ten minute video to watch with 5 follow up questions. If for some reason you can’t get the above to work, you can also just watch the video directly on our youtube page at https://youtu.be/9WOTf0I7oeI

 

 

 

Non-Christmas Kettle Volunteer Opportunities

 

The Edmonton Centre of Hope is currently recruiting volunteers for our Community Volunteer Income Tax Program, for both After Tax  (every Friday Morning) and for the  Regular Tax Season (March/April). We are also recruiting kitchen help volunteers for our downtown location.

 

Please note that some volunteer opportunities within The Salvation Army Edmonton locations are currently suspended due to Covid-19 precautions.

 

We will be in touch shortly to arrange a volunteer interview.

 

 

 

 

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Mission Statement

 

The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

 The Salvation Army Today…

…helps over 1.9 million vulnerable and marginalized people each year in 400 communities across Canada.

 

The Salvation Army provides practical assistance for children, families and individuals, shelter for people experiencing homelessness and rehabilitation for those who have lost control of their lives due to an addiction.

 

Salvation Army Ministries recognize and reflect the cultural diversity of our nation and aim to make worship and activities relevant to the demographic of the local community and congregation.

“Everyone is worthy of compassion and respect”