The Salvation Army Camden Kroc Center

Kettle Bell Ringer in Burlington and Camden Counties, NJ

Camden, NJ


$11.00 per hour

Make a difference in someone's life. Kettle Bell Ringers assist with the local Red Kettle Campaign for an assigned location by manning a Christmas Kettle. Rings bell (where allowed by store management) to attract donors. Greets public in a courteous and friendly manner and expresses appreciation to donors. This position covers locations throughout Camden, Burlington and surrounding areas. This is a full-time paid position (up to 40 hours per week) from mid-November through Christmas Eve.

The 120,000 square-foot Salvation Army Kroc Center redefines what a community center is all about. This unprecedented place of gathering and enrichment houses an array of education, sports, faith, arts and supportive programs never before assembled under one roof in Camden, open and accessible to all. The programs, as well as the building itself, have been designed to stimulate the mind, body and spirit, to provide hope, and to transform the life of each and every member of the community.

Development of The Salvation Army Kroc Centers was made possible by a $59 million combined capital and endowment grant from a bequest to The Salvation Army by the late Mrs. Joan Kroc, widow of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc. Working with the NJ Department of Environmental Protection and Camden Redevelopment Agency, the former “Harrison Avenue Landfill” (brownfield) was converted into a wonderful asset right in the residential neighborhood of Cramer Hill in Camden. As a condition to the significant Kroc grant, the community also raised $9 million locally through the generous support of hundreds of donors.

The Salvation Army’s international Mission statement states, “The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.”


The Salvation Army Ray & Joan Kroc Corps Community Center in Camden, NJ, exists to express the mission and ministry of The Salvation Army through a safe, enriching and sacred environment where all individuals have access to opportunities to reach their physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential.  Employees and volunteers are to have an understanding of, and appreciation for, the following Core Values:

We are called to love.

We are compelled to share the love of Jesus Christ through service.

We hold on tight to what is good and fight what is evil.

We are committed to positive change.

We work with all our heart.

We are committed to industry best practices.

We celebrate life with a joyful workplace.

We believe that we can work hard and have fun while doing it.

We serve those in need.

We give a place of honor to those in need.

We practice patience, humility, and peace.

We are a team, and we practice team work.

We believe in the power of prayer.

God is our center, and all decisions run through Him.