Because volunteers give generously of their time, talent and energy on behalf of the disadvantaged, The Salvation Army is able to help thousands of Brown County families, children, individuals and seniors each year. We rely on volunteers to help us every day, from serving a hot lunch Monday through Friday, to the special gift of time during the busy holiday season when we need nearly 10,000 hours of support by bell ringers alone. 

Volunteers come to The Salvation Army as individuals, families or community organizations. Volunteer opportunities can be either short or long-term commitments. Much of the volunteer work is seasonal, helping with the many programs of The Salvation Army at Christmastime including toy, coat, and food distribution and bell-ringing. 

Services of The Salvation Army continue year-round because we are committed to Doing the Most Good for those in need. Ongoing volunteer opportunities include working with young people at The Salvation Army Corps Community Center, helping with feeding programs for people of all ages, lending a hand in The Salvation Army’s food pantry, staffing The Salvation Army Thrift Store, assisting in our Senior Program or being an on-call driver for various needs as they arise. 

The Salvation Army’s volunteer coordinator, works with groups and individuals to match their interests and needs with those of The Salvation Army. Our prayer is that our volunteers experience joy and satisfaction as they continue to share their resources with others. If you are seeking a meaningful way to serve others, The Salvation Army would love to have you aboard.

To view current volunteer opportunities, please click here. 

Whether you have two hours available or 50 - we have an opportunity for you to help others.

The Salvation Army is an international movement that is greatly supported by donations from the community. The Army is a worldwide organization committed to serving people, changing one life at a time. You have the power to donate directly to the Greater Green Bay community as a whole, a specific program within The Army or help with the devastating impacts of world disasters. The Army offers several ways for individuals to donate: through time, money and goods. A receipt of your donation will be provided for tax purposes. You are encouraged to explore our site for information about programs that are supported through your generosity. 

Monetary Donations

By Mail

Donations can be mailed to the following address: 

The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay 
P.O. Box 8548 
Green Bay, WI 54308-8548

Donate Online

This Secure Giving Facility operates on the Internet within a Secure Server registered under the Secure Socket Layer standards of Verisign. Any information provided will be held in confidence and only transferred within The Salvation Army using Lotus Domino R.S.A approved 64 bit encryption. Make an online donation.

In-Kind Donations

Donated goods and services provide much needed assistance to our programs. The Green Bay area, your own backyard. It is the place you grew up, went to school, raised a family, worked or retired. This is your community, where your friends and neighbors live. You want it to grow, prosper and be a safe place for future generations with good things and opportunity. Thanks to your in-kind donations, The Salvation Army is there, offering help and hope to those that are hurting.

Thrivent Choice Dollars®

Choice Dollars® directions can help support The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay.

Think of the impact you—along with other eligible Thrivent members—can help make by directing Choice Dollars® to The Salvation Army. The grant funding we receive from Thrivent Financial through this program can help us provide basic needs to those most in need throughout our community.

Directing Choice Dollars is easy. Simply go to Thrivent.com/thriventchoice to learn more and find program terms and conditions. Or call 800-847-4836 and say “Thrivent Choice” after the prompt. Together, we can do even more to help strengthen our community and change lives. 

The miracle of Christmas happens again and again through joy, caring and sharing. The Salvation Army Red Kettle is a tradition of the Christmas scene throughout Greater Green Bay, with thousands of dollars donated each year to aid needy families, seniors and the homeless of our community.

Many of The Salvation Army programs operate only because of the time and donations we receive through the Red Kettle Campaign. Donations provide food and shelter for families in need. Financial assistance helps with basic necessities as well as seasonal assistance.

In October of each year, online and phone sign-up begins for those who wish to ring bells. The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay has many indoor and outdoor locations throughout the area and surrounding communities for ringing. Bell ringing hours vary per location and are available Monday-Saturday. Please note we do not ring on Sundays.

To sign up to ring bells online, please click here. To sign up to ring bells over the phone, please call (920) 884-3077.

Read the history of The Salvation Army's iconic Red Kettles.

A planned gift to The Salvation Army will improve the lives of others in your community for many years to come. We offer a variety of Planned Giving options including Bequests, Charitable Gift annuities, Outright gifts and more. 

To ensure that your planned gifts stays here in Greater Green Bay, it is important to use the proper legal language in your planning documents such as wills, trusts and beneficiary designations. Please share the following information with your attorney or estate planning professional if you choose to support The Salvation Army of Greater Green Bay through a planned gift:


"To The Salvation Army Wisconsin/Upper Michigan Division, to be used:

1) in the Green Bay Corps"

and/or

2) in the Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center"


Specific Dollar Amount: "in the amount of _________"

Percentage: "____ percent"

Specific Property: Describe property, for example: Parcel ID #006-00-29268677

If left undesignated, your gift will be directed to capital projects such as general building and equipment needs. If you wish to make your gift for specific programs operations (such as food, clothing, shelter, utility assistance, youth programs, rent assistance, etc. please add "For the specific purpose of ___________ program operations"  

If you’re interested in making a planned gift or simply would like more information, please call Tom Mulinix at (920) 366-8855 or email tom_mulinix@usc.salvationarmy.org.

Hurricane Harvey Salvation Army Situation Update - As of August 29, 2017  To make a financial donation to support the Hurricane Harvey relief efforts please go to www.helpsalvationarmy.org, call 1-800- SAL-ARMY, text STORM to 51555. For the latest information please go to www.disaster.salvationarmy.org and watch for regular updates on our social media pages at www.facebook.com/salvationarmytexas/ and www.twitter.com/salarmytx. To access photo and video resources related to The Salvation Army Hurricane Harvey relief efforts please go to www.salvationarmysouth.org/harvey. Dallas, Texas (August 29, 2017)   In response to the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, The Salvation Army is supporting one of the largest disaster relief operations in its history. To date, The Salvation Army has deployed 71 mobile feeding units to Texas.  Twenty-nine additional units are on standby to support the state out Louisiana if Harvey's rains cause severe flooding there and additional feeding units are on standby across the country to help if needed.  Salvation Army trained disaster workers are being deployed to the stricken area from across the United States and Canada.  GREATER HOUSTON: As rain continues to fall and flood water rises in Houston The Salvation Army is providing emergency assistance throughout the city. Four Salvation Army shelters have opened their doors to those evacuating their homes – Harbor Light Center for men, Sally’s House for women, Family Residence and Conroe Red Shield Lodge. More than 70 people rescued from flooding are currently staying at the Pasadena Corps. As areas of the city become accessible Salvation Army units are ready to move in and serve those in need. Other locations remain on standby to serve. Captain Jay Ward, Commanding Officer of the Houston Northwest Corps, along with his son helped evacuate 32 people by boat in his community. “It’s devastating out here. I’ve been working disaster all my life but this is the worst I’ve seen,” said Captain Ward. “People are coming out in their boats and helping to save people, we’re pulling people out of houses now.” An Incident Command Team from Florida will arrive today in Houston to oversee the ongoing and expanding relief efforts. GALVESTON: The Salvation Army is helping with rescue efforts in Galveston County and the Center of Hope in chapel and classrooms have been made available to shelter people on Galveston Island. In Texas City, Captains Patrick and Jennifer Jones continue to support sheltering operations at the Vincent Community Center that already is housing more than 100 people. CORPUS CHRISTI AREA: Service continues in the Corpus Christi area where an Incident Command Team from Oklahoma and Arkansas began service on Monday. Seven mobile kitchens from that team, in addition to units from Laredo, McAllen, Corpus Christi and Dallas Fort Worth. Displaced residents from the barrier island of Port Aransas were allowed by law enforcement to return to inspect their homes on Monday afternoon. The Salvation Army McAllen mobile kitchen continues to serve meals, snacks and hydration to residents seeking assistance and to first responders. A team also drove through the devastated streets serving sandwiches and drinks to people working to salvage what they could from their damaged homes. Several people requested prayer from team members. The cities of Rockport and Aransas Pass found themselves directly in the path of Hurricane Harvey and sustained significant damage. A Salvation Army team from Oklahoma will establish service in Rockport at lunch time today while a second unit will continue to provide support in Aransas Pass. DALLAS-FORT WORTH: The City of Dallas is preparing to open a shelter at the Dallas Convention Center this morning and The Salvation Army is will assume the responsibility of feeding those who stay there. SAN ANTONIO: Additional units remain staged in San Antonio preparing for deployment as areas become accessible. CENTRAL TEXAS: Kerrville team serving meals at two local shelters. Temple Corps has opened an emergency shelter. Two mobile kitchens from Austin serving at a shelter in Seadrift, Texas. Lubbock mobile kitchen served in Belton, outside Temple. As of Monday evening, August 28, 6,288 meals, 7,162 snacks, and 5,664 drinks have been provided.