Help My City
During a crisis like this, we especially need volunteers to fuel our vision to see Salem be a city at peace with God.
Scroll down to see all the opportunities.
Fire Response Opportunities
Thank you for interest in volunteering your time to show love to our community. The realities of this disaster will not disappear when the sky clears, and we are committed to help through the long haul. See the volunteering opportunities below.
We are also collecting funds and resources to provide care for those in need. Clink on the links below to see how you can donate items, give financially or possibly host those who have evacuated. In addition, we are in need of n95 masks. If you have the ability to donate, please drop them off in the blue bins at Broadway Coffeehouse.
Come out and help us support our community by helping to get the smoke smell out of people's cars and or RV's. Shifts last for two hours.
If you are interested in helping make masks, we have material, elastic etc. for you. We have 200 mask kits ready to distribute to those of you willing and able to sew. Please come to the corner of Hood and Church on Tuesday and Friday from 11:00 am–1:00 pm. You can pick up mask material or drop off masks you’ve made.
We also need help cutting fabric for mask making supplies. We are looking for people with rotary cutters and mats.
Join us for a blood drive on Wednesday, September 30 in the Grant Room in Broadway Commons. Click on the link below and use the sponsor code: salemalliance.
Feed Salem Donations
Feed Salem provides food boxes for people in our community on the third Sunday of each month. Our next distribution is Saturday, September 19.
We are specifically in need of canned corn, chili, soup, spaghetti sauce and spaghetti, peanut butter, jelly, cereal, tuna, diced tomatoes, cereal, tuna
Donations accepted at the following locations:
Broadway Coffeehouse and Better Than Mama’s during regular business hours.
Contactless drop off at on the corner of Hood and Church on Tuesday and Friday from 11:00 am–1:00 pm.
Our benevolence fund is focused on providing assistance in our church family community for those impacted by the COVID-19 outbreak and the resulting economic impact.