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Would you like to make a difference volunteering for Pasco County? There are many volunteer and community service opportunites available year round through our Corps Chapel; the feeding program at the Center of Hope-year round and during Thanksgiving; the before & after school program or Youth Football & Youth Basketball programs through the Community Center, like coaching & mentoring opportunities; the Christmas Red-Kettle Bell-Ringing Campaign, which includes the Angel Tree Program, and assisting at the Domestic Violence Shelter, and/or disaster related services.
If you have an interest and/or gift in any of the following areas, including, but not limited, to these, please give us a call at 727.815.8539:
Arts & Crafts; Building Maintenance; Creative Writing; Dance; Door Greeter; Drama; Driving Corps Van/Bus; Evangelism; Fundraising; Gardening; Help Answering Phones; Helping People Move; Hospitality; Making Phone Calls; Ministry: Minstering to Youth, Seniors, Teens, Youngs Adults, Women; Missions; Multimedia; Organizing Closets; Organizing Special Events; Playing an Instrument; Prayer Ministry; Preaching; Providing meals for shut-ins; Running the sound board; Sending Cards; Serving as an usher; Serving pot-luck luncheons; Set design & construction; Sewing; Sharing Testimony; Singing; Sports/Recreation; Teaching Adult Bible Study; Teaching Children's Bible Study; Visiting shut-ins.
Do you possess leadership skills that may lend support to the community through the Salvation Army programs? The Salvation Army of Pasco County always looks for dedicated individuals, with a passion for serving the community, to serve on its Salvation Army Advisory Board, board members meet once a month to discuss ways to foster growth in the community and benefit others in myriad ways. Please join us in doing the most good for Pasco County. Please contact Maria Matheus, Corps Liaison, at 727.815.8539 for more information.
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