Volunteers: Tell us about Your Good Work!

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Since National Volunteer Week is all about recognizing our nation’s volunteers, The Salvation Army wants to tell the world about how YOU’RE Doing the Most Good in your community!

Share with us how you’re helping your communities – either by submitting or a photo or making a video and posting to Youtube – and we’ll share your submissions on our blog as well as our national Facebook and Twitter pages between now and National Salvation Army Week (NSAW), celebrated on May 14-20. (Need volunteer ideas? Click here for some examples)

We hope that by highlighting your good work, together we can inspire and mobilize others to Do the Most Good in their own communities.

Here’s how you can participate in our “I Do the Most Good” Campaign:

By Email:

Email your photo to MediaRelations@SalvationArmyUSA.org with the subject “I Do the Most Good.” Please feel free to share with us what you’re doing in the photo and why!

By Youtube:

Upload a video either telling or showing us how you volunteer in your community. Please tag it with the phrase #IDoTheMostGood so we don’t miss it! Particpants are encouraged to post links to their Youtube videos on Facebook and Twitter with the same hashtag.

Click here for ways to volunteer and tips on how to post a great video. We look forward to hearing from you!

Check out the submission videos below for examples:

2 Comments on “Volunteers: Tell us about Your Good Work!

  1. Great….have done lots of work for my community. I’d love to work for the Salvation Army. I live in Lagos- Nigeria

  2. This is not a good work I do, but to thank whoever helped me as a child.
    I was in the Salvation Army Childrens home in Philadelphia. Called Ivy House.
    I was taught chapters of the Bible, good manners, and we had the best Christmas parties.
    A group called the Naviation group would give us whatever was on our Wish list….limit two items.
    Those people are probably long gone, but I want to thank those who were there for me…at a
    very scarry time in my young life.

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