in Lee, Hendry, and Glades Counties
Volunteers are the lifeblood of The Salvation Army.
Featured Volunteer Opportunities:
The Salvation Army Family Thrift Stores
- Click the “Be a Volunteer” button below!
Carmen Holt- Volunteer for GoodWhen you volunteer with The Salvation Army, you're doing the most good for local communites and the most GOOD FOR YOU!-Carmen Holt volunteers her time at the Bonita Springs Salvation Army helping unload food trucks, packing food boxes for families, and embracing all the blessings God has provided.To learn what ways you can bless others with your time, visit http://bit.ly/SalArmyVolunteer2020Posted by The Salvation Army of Lee, Hendry, & Glades Counties on Tuesday, September 1, 2020
Court Ordered Community Service
The Salvation Army is worksite opportunity to fulfill court-mandated community service.
To fulfill court ordered community service hours you must:
- Be 18 years of age.
- Have a valid photo ID
- Have documentation of required hours, including case numbers and/or Department of Corrections file numbers
- Be available for the minimum hours of service per day; 4 hours
Please register with Kris Volpone, Director of Volunteer Services by calling 239-628-1451. Complete the required forms, including a volunteer application and an authorization for a background check. No violent charges can be accepted.
Emergency Disaster Services Volunteer
The Salvation Army is here before, during, and after the storm!
Our volunteers are trained and ready to deploy when disaster strikes! The Salvation Army aims to walk alongside survivors of a disaster providing food and hydration and spiritual and emotional care.
Please click here to create a profile and take the Introductory class right now, online. Be sure to indicate Fort Myers as your affiliation.
The First 72The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services deployed 10 mobile feeding units (canteens) from all over Florida to respond to Hurricane Sally. Including our Fort Myers location and its volunteers!Within the first 72 hours The Salvation Army has provided:25,231 - meals 16,966 - drinks 20,110 - snacks 170 - cleaning kits 236 people have recieved prayers and emotional care and 7 people gave their life to Christ!learn more at disaster.salvationarmyusa.org#hurricanesally #salvationarmyEDS #emergencydisastersevices #LoveGodLoveOthersPosted by The Salvation Army of Lee, Hendry, & Glades Counties on Monday, September 21, 2020