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The Salvation Army's Red Kettle campaign in Coeur d'Alene is made possible through the help of over 400 volunteers every year.
The Salvation Army Kroc Center is a place where children can learn from one another, individuals can seek personal growth, and people of all ages gather in leisure and fellowship in an environment that embraces the acceptance taught by Jesus Christ.
With your unique skills and experience, you can volunteer to be a part of the Kroc team that is positively impacting lives on a daily basis.
HOW TO SIGN UP: Click on any of the links below to take you to the official Salvation Army Volunteer home page. Type in 83815 for our Kroc Center, click on the opportunity you are interested in, then follow the prompts.
Based on your skills and availability, lend an extra hand to a variety of youth programming classes such as dance, art, and homeschool.
Time Commitment: 2–3 hours per week. Mornings or evenings.
Age Restrictions: 15+
Here's a great way for you to support your student athlete and their team as a volunteer for the Water Polo Club Parent Group.
Time Commitment: Varies
Age Restrictions: 21+
Several opportunities to engage with Kroc Center members and guests including greeting at the front entrance, providing facility tours, and preparing food and drinks in the Kroc Café.
Time Commitment: 2–3 Hours per week, year round
Age Restrictions: 18+
Do you have a heart for serving others? Do you want to be a part of the Body of Christ at The Kroc? Then check out this opportunity!
“I originally came to The Kroc Center to exercise. I was filing paperwork in the back and Peni grabbed me and told me she had a better program for me to help in. That’s how I started volunteering for dance classes”.
Patti has a long history of volunteering in the community. She has volunteered for Youth Group Cadets for 10 years and has been at The Kroc Center for 3 years in Youth Programming. Patti feels a sense of enrichment watching children grow and mature into young adolescents. She is attentive to both the kids and instructors needs and is always positive and encouraging. Her enthusiasm in the classroom helps to make youth programs exciting.
“What better way to serve your community and God, than to give your time to kids”. Patti Smith
"I came to The Kroc Center in Nov. 2013. I had a bad leg and I needed the exercise. I love to meet people & having worked in the public for years, The Kroc Center was a natural for me. Volunteering as a greeter is so rewarding, and my time spent on myself is so beneficial. The Kroc Center is my home away from home" Kareen Martinson
Hear from Grandma Judie, Youth Group Volunteer and Mentor
In response to Panhandle Health mask mandate for Kootenai County starting July 23, 2020 all members and guests will be required to wear a mask or face covering -- in, out and through The Kroc Center during their visit.