2014 Holiday Volunteer Opportunities
The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama is gearing up for another busy holiday season, hoping to make that time of year a little brighter for those in need. But we can’t do it alone – we need an “Army” of Volunteers to make it possible! Please consider helping with one of the following opportunities:
September 22nd – 27th
October 20th – 21st
Angel Tree Registration
Volunteers assist families registering to participate in Angel Tree Program, making sure they have required information and help fill out paperwork.
November 28th – December 14th
Angel Tree Desk at Bel-Air Mall
Volunteers sign out adopted Angels and receive the gifts purchased for them.
Weekday shifts: 4pm – 8pm
Weekend shifts: 10am – 1pm, 1pm – 4pm, 4pm – 8pm
November 14– December 24 (10am – 8pm)
Red Kettle Bell Ringers
Volunteers needed to ring bells at Mobile & Baldwin County Red Kettle locations.
Community, school, civic and church groups are urged to staff a kettle location for a day (or more), and even challenge another group to see who can raise the most donations!
Volunteers will fill plates, wait tables, clear tables, greet guests, serve beverages and desserts.
**Volunteer reservations for Thanksgiving 2014 are full! Reservations for 2015 will start in September. **
December 1st – 16th (10am – 4pm)
Angel Tree Warehouse
Volunteers needed to check-in, sort and organize donations; fill gift requests for those whose gifts were not returned.
Requires a good deal of walking, bending and some lifting
Typical shifts: 10am – 1pm, 1pm – 4pm (No Sundays)
December 17th (8am – 5pm)
Angel Tree Distribution
Volunteers needed as runners, greeters, check-out, toy shoppers, etc.
Takes place in a warehouse setting, with most volunteers moving around to pick up and deliver gifts to check-out.
December 25th (10:30am – 2:30pm)
Volunteers will fill plates, wait tables, clear tables, greet guests, serve beverages and desserts
**Volunteer reservations for Christmas 2014 will begin on September 2.**
Kelly Hendricks, Volunteer Coordinator