Volunteer

Volunteer

There are many different ways to get involved with The Salvation Army. We offer volunteers a chance to change people's lives across a wide range of activities and programs - all the while, being changed themselves.

All of our volunteer opportunities are coordinated locally, where our staff understands exactly how you can be of the most help to most people.

General Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Answer phones and take messages
  • Helping in our Basic Needs Pantry
  • Help at our Thrift Store

To get started, please contact Cheryl Young, Office Administrator at (715) 394-7001 or Cheryl_Young@usc.salvationarmy.org.

Ring Bells

Salvation Army Superior Bell Ringer

Most people are familiar with our red kettles and hear those bells ringing at locations throughout Superior. The funds raised during November and December stay in our community to assist with emergencies like:

  • Utility disconnects
  • Rent when evication notices are received
  • Motel rooms when emergencies arise such as a house fire or to assist a stranded motorist due to inclement weather
  • Gasoline for vehicles to travel to work

Potential volunteers for ringing may click here to view our online schedule, email Captain Jasen Elcombe at Jasen_Elcombe@usc.salvationarmy.org, or call him (715) 969-7345.

Help During Disasters

The Best Way to Help
During disasters, the best way you can help survivors is to contribute financially. Cash donations allow disaster responders to immediately meet the specific needs of disaster survivors without incurring many of the costs associated with sorting, packing, transporting and distributing donated goods. Salvation Army disaster services are funded entirely by donors, and The Salvation Army uses 100% of all disaster donations in support of disaster relief operations.

Volunteering
The Salvation Army has opportunities for you to serve in times of disaster with volunteer teams. We provide training across a wide range of volunteer support services and keep you connected with your local Salvation Army for updated information.

If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities, please visit our national disaster services website.

http://disaster.salvationarmyusa.org

Non-Financial Gifts

Ways You Can Help

Host a Food Drive

Food drives are an excellent way to help contribute to our food pantry. We serve an average of 400 clients a month. Each client receives enough food to feed the entire household for three days. To get started, contact our Food Pantry Coordinator, Dori at (715) 394-7001.

Host a Toy Drive

New toys and clothing during the holiday season are always needed. If you are interested in making a donation, please bring new unwrapped toys to the Corps at 916 Hughitt Ave.

Donate a Vehicle

Have an old car taking up space in your driveway? Donate it to The Salvation Army Wisconsin and Upper Michigan.

Your vehicle donations make a difference in people's lives.

To donate a vehicle today, start by giving us a call.

Toll Free: (800) SA-TRUCK

We accept boats, cars, SUVs, trucks, motorcycles, ATVs, and more from anywhere in the nation.

Donate Goods

The Salvation Army appreciates donations of lightly-worn clothing and a host of other goods. The sale of these items goes directly to fund community programs in Douglas County.

To Schedule a Pick Up

Have larger items that you want to donate? We accept donations of furniture, appliances, and many other things and would be glad to schedule a time when our personnel can come to pick up these large donations. To schedule a pick up call (715) 394-5331.

To Drop Off Items

For smaller items we ask that you drop these off at our familiy store located at 1705 Belknap.