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Young Adult Initiative

The vision for The Salvation Army’s young adult outreach is clear:  over the next three-to-five years, we want to establish and grow a national network of service-oriented young adults who will be active in all aspects of The Salvation Army’s Mission.  The Army seeks to serve as a convening organization, bringing together young Americans from all walks of life to participate in broad opportunities for service to humanity.  From serving in times of disaster relief to participating in anti-human trafficking efforts to helping addicts see the way out of addiction, we want The Salvation Army to become one of the most trusted avenues that young adults select for non-profit service and giving.

As this section continues to grow in content, you will be provided with tips on how to reach young adults; see profiles of young adults serving as Salvation Army volunteers and advisory board members; and access updates from the National Advisory Board on the Young Adult Initiative