Become a Volunteer
Thank you for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army! Here you will find information about applying to be a volunteer. Whether you are looking for a one-time opportunity or something ongoing, read on to learn how you can sign up and do the most good in your community. If you have any questions about volunteering or are interested in volunteering with a group please email the Volunteer/EDS Coordinator, Andrea Angel at email@example.com or call 305-637-6700 ext. 26660 at any time.
Welcome to the Red Kettle Resource Hub. Here you will find all things for the holiday season Red Kettle Challenge and Bell Ringing.
There are many ways to get involved and do the most good during the holiday season! From bell-ringing, to creating a corporate Red Kettle Challenge team, there is something for everyone.
Red Kettle Challenge:
Individuals, companies, schools and churches can accept the challenge of the Red Kettle Challenge and create a team to raise $1000. Funds from the Red Kettle Challenge go directly to helping individuals and families experiencing homelessness or those on the verge of homelessness by providing nourishment, shelter, compassion, and care through the holiday season and beyond.
Getting signed up is easy! Register your team here.
Need more information? Check out our Red Kettle Challenge Captain’s Handbook here.
Have more questions? Reach out to Kristen Reeves at firstname.lastname@example.org
Did you know that spending 60 minutes bell ringing can feed 13 people? Signing up to be a bell ringer is a rewarding way to give back and raise money to supports our seasonal activities as well as other programs that benefit struggling individuals and families.
Businesses, churches, civic clubs, schools, families, friends, and individuals can sign up to ring at one of our kettle locations around Miami-Dade County. Sign up early to get your preferred location and dates!
You can sign up for a shift at www.registertoring.com.
Have questions for a specific location? See the contact information below:
Edison Corps (Little Haiti)
Contact: Captain Pryne Pierre
Phone: (305) 757-1509
Sunset Corps (Kendall/South Miami)
Contact: Captain Alvaro Chils
Phone: (305) 270-9373
Contact: Lt. Kelvin Garcia
Phone: (813) 517-6559
Citadel Corps (Little Havana)
Contact: MajorJosue Prieto
Phone: (786) 592-8332
The fall semester of the Miami Music Program is back! Register today to explore the world of music in Miami with The Salvation Army. Register [quform_popup id=”25″ name=”Miami Music Program | Fall Semester” show_title=”0″ show_description=”0″]here.[/quform_popup]
The following locations will host classes weekly. Dance class will only be available at Edison Corps. Please note, the Corps/Community center you pick will be when and where you attend class:
Please see the class location and recital information listed below. Dates are subject to change.
Citadel Corps (Little Havana/Downtown): 911 West Flagler St., Miami, FL 33130
- Classes Run: Sept. 9 – Nov. 19 (Friday)
- Recital: Nov. 19, 2021
- (305) 545-9164
Hialeah Corps: 7450 West 4th Ave., Hialeah FL 33014
- Classes Run: Sept. 8 – Nov. 18 (Thursday)
- Recital: Nov. 18, 2021
- (305) 557-0981
Sunset Corps: 8445 SW 72nd St., Miami, FL 33143
- Classes Run: Sept. 7 – Nov. 16 (Tuesday)
- Recital: Nov. 18, 2021
- (305) 270-9373
Edison Corps: 361 NW 67th St., Miami, FL 33150
- Classes Run: August 25 – Dec. 18 (Wednesday)
- Recital: Dec. 19, 2021
- (305) 757-1509
If you have additional questions or concerns regarding our 2021 Music Program, please reach out to your local Salvation Army Corps or reach out to Mozart Charles at email@example.com.
FAKE GOLD COIN FOUND INSIDE OF THE SALVATION ARMY RED KETTLE
Donations needed to reach the annual fundraising goal
Miami, FL (December 10, 2020) – When Salvation Army officials discovered the gold coin in one of their Red Kettles Tuesday night in front of a Miami Lakes storefront they were filled with joy, enthusiasm and honored that community members were supporting their neighbors in need. With fears that the annual fundraiser will bring in 50% less funds in a year where more people are in need, The Salvation Army leaders knew that a gold coin could be the difference between a family waking up in their home or being evicted this Christmas. In the wake of the pandemic, The Salvation Army Miami Area Command made a goal to help “Rescue Christmas” for 3,000 local children and over 1,500 families. Finding the gold coin affirmed that they were approximately $1,800 closer to providing hope for many. Their excitement quickly wore off after flipping the coin over and seeing the word “COPY” stamped across it.
“I called Gables Coin and Stamp Shop immediately Wednesday morning, hoping that our suspicions were wrong,” said Major Roy Williams, Administrator for The Salvation Army in Miami. “I was disappointed when it was confirmed that the coin was indeed a fake, funds would have been used to support local families who are really struggling right now.”
The Salvation Army bells will continue to ring outside stores through Christmas Eve and the organization is optimistic that, with the community’s support, they can still reach their fundraising goal. Contributions to the red kettles stay right here in the Miami community to serve those experiencing hard times and provide a pathway to self-sufficiency for people in need in need.
Donations to The Salvation Army can also be made online at www.SalvationArmyMiami.org or by calling 1-800-SAL-ARMY.
Volunteers are crucial to the success of the Red Kettle Campaign. It is not too late for individuals, families, groups, and businesses to sign up to volunteer to ring the bell! Visit www.RegistertoRing.com and select the location, day, and time you would like to volunteer.
For more information on the Red Kettle Campaign or any other Salvation Army program, please call 786-509-3391.
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About The Salvation Army
The Salvation Army annually helps more than 23 million Americans overcome poverty, addiction, and economic hardships through a range of social services. By providing food for the hungry, emergency relief for disaster survivors, rehabilitation for those suffering from drug and alcohol abuse, and clothing and shelter for people in need, The Salvation Army is doing the most good at 7,600 centers of operation around the country. In the first-ever listing of “America’s Favorite Charities” by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, The Salvation Army ranked as the country’s largest privately funded, direct-service nonprofit. For more information, visit SalvationArmyUSA.org. Follow us on Twitter @SalvationArmyUS and #DoingTheMostGood.