Celebrate the joy, impact and power of giving. Help The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta Area Command Ring for Change.
View locations and sign up at redkettle.salvationarmyatlanta.volunteerhub.com
Every dollar collected in red kettles helps support The Metro Atlanta Salvation Army’s homelessness services, youth enrichment efforts, and anti-trafficking programs. With the help of our bell ringers, we were able to collect donations that directly impacted more than 57,000 people in metro Atlanta in 2018.
Bell Ringers are needed at all Kroger, Walmart, Sam's Club and Hobby Lobby stores, as well as most local malls.
Get a group of 10 or so together, and take a kettle for a day!!! All ages welcome, and this makes a great family tradition.
Our kettle day is from 10am-8pm, Monday thru Saturday.
About The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta Area Command
1000 Center Place, Norcross, GA 30093, US
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
The Salvation Army Metro Atlanta Area has 135 years of significant and long-term experience in understanding the barriers that prevent economically-disadvantaged populations from meeting their basic needs.
Many of the people we serve are on fixed incomes, earning minimum wage, supporting multiple family members on a single wage or simply not working at all. In particular, our nine Financial Emergency Service officers, Red Shield Services Emergency and Transitional Housing Shelter, three Boys and Girls Clubs and Residential Camping program serve people primarily living in poverty. The Salvation Army operates a wide range of programs throughout the Metro area, doing the most good everyday.
Since its beginning, volunteers have stood shoulder-to-shoulder with The Salvation Army to provide help. In fact, the name "The Salvation Army" came about in 1878 when William Booth adapted it from a phrase he read that described the organization as a "volunteer army." Often referred to as "the army behind The Army," volunteers play a crucial role in The Salvation Army's ability to provide quality social services to the local community.