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November 24, 2014 – | No Comment

Every year the iconic red kettles are filled day after day during the holiday season by people who want to do good. Kettle donors say they want to feed their hungry neighbors, bring someone in from the cold, give a gift to a child whose parents can’t afford Christmas or one of many hundreds of reasons. What’s yours?

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Our volunteers move mountains

Submitted by on March 23, 2011 – No Comment

Today, we present the last (for now!) in our series of eight “accountability sheets,” on the topic of Salvation Army volunteers.

This sheet is designed to highlight the role our volunteers have in helping us share the Gospel, deliver humanitarian aid, provide professional assistance, and so much more.

Independent Sector estimates that volunteers save nonprofit organizations more than $20 for every hour of service. That’s a hefty savings!

Last year 63 million Americans volunteered at least once during the year and almost 3.5 million of them served with The Salvation Army.

We love our volunteers and this sheet is dedicated to them. Click the link below if you’d like to download and print it from Scribd.

Our Volunteers Move Mountains

Use the sheet “as is” on your website, as a link from your Facebook or Twitter feed, or print it and hand it out at your next board meeting, event or annual dinner.

:: Click here for a link to the “accountability” page on this blog.

If you have any questions, comments or ideas about how to use these sheets, please let me know!

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