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Our programs are made possible by volunteers that give back to their communities.

From its inception, The Salvation Army of North Texas has relied heavily on volunteers who support our programs and efforts.

Often referred to as “the army behind The Army,” volunteers play a crucial role in our ability to provide quality social services for the North Texas community. Together, we change lives, uplift families, and support communities throughout North Texas every day.


Ready to volunteer?

Please create a Volunteer Profile so we can learn more about you and your preferred volunteering times and types.

Whether your interest is to volunteer as an individual, family, or group we have opportunities for you. View our individual volunteer opportunities and register to help today. Or, contact the Volunteer Specialist in your area to discuss how your group can become involved:


Collin & Denton Counties:

Dallas County

Tarrant & Ellis Counties:

  • Casi Kriewall, Volunteer Specialist, Tarrant & Ellis Counties


There are also ways to volunteer your time and experience through our auxiliary organizations.


Echelon, Dallas Chapter

Echelon seeks to mobilize the next generation for The Salvation Army by providing opportunities for young adults to engage with the organization through fellowship and networking, donations and fundraising, and service and volunteering.

To learn more about Echelon, visit their page.


Women's Auxiliary

The Women's Auxiliary is the local expression of a world-wide movement that seeks spiritual redemption and social rehabilitation of those it serves. It functions as a fundraising and volunteer service group and has many projects and programs that can satisfy an eagerness to volunteer. All members and volunteers are passionate and dedicated to serve others.

To learn more about Dallas Women's Auxiliary, visit their page

To learn more about Fort Worth Women’s Auxiliary, contact Karen Bilbrey.