During National Volunteer Week, April 10-16, The Salvation Army is celebrating the significant contributions of our 140,000 volunteers. If you’ve supported our work as a volunteer, please accept our sincere appreciation.
“Every day, Salvation Army volunteers contribute their time and skills to improve the lives of vulnerable people in their communities. Their contributions are essential to the success of Salvation Army programs and services,” says Major Les Marshall, Territorial Public Relations & Development Secretary.
The Salvation Army has many volunteer opportunities across the country.
Candace serves food at a Salvation Army hot meal program to help hungry people in her community. “The meal program helps us connect with people and look for solutions to their other concerns as well,” she says.
Terry drives hundreds of people who can’t afford transportation to medical appointments. “I feel better when I can make someone’s life a little easier,” he says.
The Salvation Army relies on our volunteers in order to carry out our work effectively. You can make a difference in the lives of vulnerable Canadians. For more information on volunteering, click here.