Share with us: “I Do the Most Good!”

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Good Samaritan, Volunteer, Philanthropist, Do-Gooder, Altruist, Humanitarian – whatever you call it, we want to know how YOU’RE “Doing the Most Good” in your community!

In celebration of National Salvation Army Week (which is May 14-20, if you haven’t marked your calendars yet ;)), we want to see and hear how you’re giving back to others in need.

Starting today, send us a photo or video of yourself volunteering and doing the most good along with the details: who, what, where, why, when! And you just might be featured on our social media pages during National Salvation Army Week!

What does ‘Doing the Most Good’ look like?

For a few examples:

  • Donating canned goods to a food drive
  • Volunteering at a local shelter
  • Cleaning up your community
  • Spending time with an elderly person who needs a companion
  • Tutoring kids after school
  • Donating clothes or household goods to a Salvation Army Family Store
  • And anything else that benefits other members of your community!

There are two ways that you can send us your photo or video and story:

1) For Video submissions, Upload your video to Youtube and then tag it with the slogan “I Do The Most Good”.

OR

2) For Photo submissions, E-mail your photos with a brief description of your work to our Media Relations team with the subject line “I Do The Most Good” to MediaRelations@USN.SalvationArmy.org.

The Deadline for submissions is May 20…a whole month to explore volunteer opportunities and ‘Do the Most Good’!

We hope to hear from you!

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Want to share your post to your local Salvation Army? Find their Twitter and Facebook pages listed on the Western Territory’s Expect Change blog here: http://www.expectchange.dreamhosters.com/websites/salarmytwitter/.

*Volunteers are seldom paid; not because they are worthless, but because they are PRICELESS!*