Year-Round Volunteer Opportunities

Disaster Services Canteen Volunteers are needed during Project Housing & Homeless Connect on Friday, April 15, 2016. 

 

THE SALVATION ARMY CENTER OF HOPE operates the ONLY Family Emergency Homeless Shelter in Forsyth County. On average, the shelter is home to sixty children, most under the age of twelve. The Center provides a safe, caring refuge for families seeking to regain stability.

The following volunteers are needed Monday through Saturday from 4 to 6 pm. Please click on the job description to sign up!

Volunteer Brochure, Salvation Army Center of Hope

 


Other opportunities:

Boys & Girls Club Mentor
Volunteers provide homework and tutorial assistance as directed by a supervisor and coordinate with parents, teachers, and club members to develop an individual education plan for members. You may assist in planning and conducting social and recreational field trips for club members, assist in organizing, conducting and hosting in-house game room tournaments and sports activities. Volunteers advocate youth development programs in the community.

Academy of Music & Arts Volunteer
Music Academy volunteers serve as assistants and teaching aids in our various Academy of Music and Arts programs. Volunteers do not need to be musicians, but volunteers who have musical experience may have the opportunity to assist instructors in their particular area of focus. Volunteers will work alongside instructors to ensure students have an inspirational learning environment by helping maintain order in the classroom, provide a safe classroom and help the instructor should an emergency situation arise.

Safe from Harm Packet for working with children

Boys & Grils Club Mentor Information

Academy of Music & Arts Volunteer Information

Family Store Volunteer Opportunity - Donation Assistants
The Family Store is open Monday-Saturday from 10:00am to 8:00pm. This is our most flexible volunteer opportunity and volunteers can set their schedule according to their availability. Volunteers must be 18+ years to volunteer; those under 18 must have a parent or guardian present during volunteer hours.

To volunteer at our store, please complete this application and return it to Abigail Linville by email or at The Salvation Army, PO Box 1205, Winston-Salem, NC 27102. 

School Credit: We welcome students seeking community service credit for school. Please bring any paperwork requiring signatures with you when you volunteer. Contact Abigail Linville, Volunteer & Resource Coordinator at Abigail.Linville@uss.salvationarmy.org to schedule your service.

Court/Attorney Credit: If you are seeking to fulfill community service credit for court or attorney purposes, please provide a letter on the attorney's letterhead with your full name, number of hours assigned, and the date your hours need to be completed. If you do not have an attorney you may provide court documentation. Contact Abigail Linville, Volunteer Coordinator at Abigail.Linville@uss.salvationarmy.org to schedule your service. Any volunteer over the age of 18 who is in need of formal community service hours may complete an application on-site to serve in our Family Store, located at 2688 Peters Creek Parkway. The store is open Monday through Saturday from 10am until 8pm, no appointment is necessary.

Whether you are volunteering for personal reasons, school or for court, we are grateful that you picked us. Volunteers help make our programs possible!

Please Note: All volunteers must be 18 years of age or older (with the exception of Christmas Volunteers). However, volunteers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Minimum age is 13. Please refer to the description of each volunteer opportunity below for more information.

For additional information on volunteering for The Salvation Army, please contact our Volunteer and Resource Coordinator, Abigail Linville.