Holiday Volunteering


The holidays are one of the most popular time of the year to volunteer. Local agencies will often receive so many calls they are unable to accommodate all the volunteers. In addition to the traditional forms of volunteering that fill up quickly consider alternative ways you can make a difference this holiday season.

* Partner Agencies

 

Meals of Hope-Holidays Without Hunger
Annual meal packing event at Lee County Civic Center on Dec 22. Online registration will begin in early November. Currently seeking sponsors for this event 239-596-8990 ext. 104.  posted 10/7/19

*The Salvation Army Fort Myers Area Command-Thanksgiving Day
Give thanks while helping others enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday. Help is needed in the kitchen and dining room from helping remove trash and washing pots and pans to putting the meals on the plates and serving them. If you are an early riser, come help in the kitchen. Please review the time slots to see what works best for you.https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0028&console_type=event  Event organizer: Kristen Volpone
kristen.volpone@uss.salvationarmy.org   239-278-1551

*The Salvation Army Fort Myers Area Command-Christmas Cheer Event
Volunteers needed to help register families for Christmas assistance with Christmas gifts for their children and food for their family.  Specific dates, times and locations available. Computer literacy is needed. If you are interested, please go to the portal and sign up. https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0028&console_type=event   Event organizer: Kristen Volpone 239-278-1551 kristen.volpone@uss.salvationarmy.org

*The Salvation Army-Bell Ringing
Sign up for bell ringing shifts in our community. Enter your zip code and find a location and shift of your choice. Individuals and groups welcome. https://www.registertoring.com/WebPages/Default.aspx   posted 9/23/19

*The Salvation Army- Angel Tree Concierge
Volunteers tend a table near the large tree with Angel tags hanging on it in the Edison Mall. They explain to interested individuals that each angel tag represents a real, live child in our area. The tag is imprinted with the child’s first name, age and gender along with a wish and a need for Christmas gifts. The donor selects a tag, shops for that child and returns the items to The Salvation Army with the tag. We will ensure that those items get to the proper family. Choose a shift between November 14-December 13th at the Edision Mall. Sign up at
https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0028&console_type=event
Event organizer; Kristen Volpone, kristen.volpone@uss.salvationarmy.org 239-278-1551  posted 9/23/19

 

 

 

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