Video: Why you should be a Salvation Army Bell Ringer!
Salvation Army Red Kettles that are seen
on street corners and in front of stores during the Christmas season,
are perhaps the most quickly recognized symbol of The Salvation Army.
The many "bellringers" who help ring and encourage donations are quiet
heroes to the communities they serve.
Donations in The Salvation Army's red
kettles are used locally to provide services and programs in benefit to
the community in which the money is collected.
These funds may support
soup kitchens and transitional shelter for the homeless, activities and
programs for at-risk children, care and essential services for seniors,
and other important programs.
Discover the joy of giving back to your community: Questions? If you have questions about volunteering or volunteer opportunities in a specific area, please fill out the Online Volunteer Application or locate and call your nearest Salvation Army by entering your zip code in the field below!