Partnering with The Salvation Army Bushwick has a bell ringer in an effort to raise funds at our familiar Red Kettle stands, across NYC, to make wishes come true for the less fortunate in the Bushwick Community.
Ring bell or use other creative ways to captivate the attention of passing pedestrians
Smile and be courteous by saying "thank you" for every donation received. Nothing makes a donor feel better and encourages repeat contributions like a simple "THANK YOU".
Do not eat, drink, or smoke at the kettle.
Do not use profanity or other abusive language or gestures.
Dress appropriately for the weather and all employees should be clean and well-groomed.
Keep kettle stand area neat and free of clutter.
Know the address and phone number of your Corps in order to be prepared to share it with anyone who has questions about the work of The Salvation Army.
Never leave the kettle unattended or with an individual who has not been approved by your supervisor.
Do not make change from the kettle or remove anything from the kettle unless your supervisor is present.
Never take the kettle home.
If a situation arises that requires the attention of your supervisor, call him/her right away with no delays.
Arrive on time.
Accurately complete a time card each day.
Have an understanding of the goals and general mission of the organization and work towards it.
Friendly and have a positive attitude.
Respect and promote the interest of The Salvation Army. The individual is not required to embrace the tenets of faith, but he/she is required to promote and respect the mission of The Salvation Army.