The Salvation Army Advisory Board
The Advisory Board is charged with the responsibility of advising and assisting The Salvation Army in all its activities in a particular community. The community may have a corps community center as the only Salvation Army facility, or it may have many corps community centers, a divisional headquarters, a rehabilitation center, or other centers of operation.
Volunteer leaders of The Salvation Army are passionate about giving back to their communities, and they find creative ways to serve their neighbors in need.
Advisory Board members are community representatives who provide valuable assistance and advice in support of The Salvation Army’s mission to “preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and meet human needs in His name without discrimination”. The Salvation Army relies heavily on board members’ advice and community outreach, and their ability to financially and prayerfully support the programs that are Doing the Most Good for those in the most need. These representatives are of different age groups, races, religions, interests, and expertise.