Geelong Youth Ambassador - Red Shield Appeal
The Salvos' are passionate about raising up leaders and giving students a voice in an experience that is bigger than themselves. Do you have students who are passionate about helping people? Do they enjoy projects? Why not put them forward to become a Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal Youth Ambassador at your school?
Our Salvo Youth Ambassador for Greater Geelong, Ted Page-Walker, is encouraging all schools to embrace the Red Shield Appeal's Salvo School Challenge (SSC). This challenge empowers students to support the vital work of The Salvation Army through fundraising for the Red Shield Appeal. The Red Shield Appeal is on the last weekend in May.
Check out Ted's message:
Students can take part in the annual Red Shield Appeal by engaging in the Salvos School Challenge and holding a Red Day. Students can also choose to plan, organise and stage their own unique fundraising event. Groups are encouraged to be as creative as possible.
Every single day The Salvation Army helps thousands of people affected by domestic violence, substance abuse, homelessness, tragedy and crisis.
The funds raised through the Red Shield Appeal enable The Salvation Army to be there for people in need each and every day. Whether assisting people devastated by natural disasters, handing out a blanket and warm food to someone living on the streets, or helping someone transform their life, the Salvos will be there.Click Here to register in the Salvos School Challenge.