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HOURS:
Mon–Fri: 5am–8pm  |  Sat: 8am–5pm
SUN: CLOSED (Sunday Worship Only, 11am)

POOL HOURS Adults Only: Mon–Fri: 7am–12pm
Open Swim: Mon, Wed, Fri: 4pm–7pm | Sat 12pm–4pm

Volunteer at The Kroc

Donate Your Time & Talent

Volunteering is one of the most enjoyable things you’ll ever do. Not to mention, one of the most fulfilling. Kroc volunteers are held to the same standards as Kroc employees including application, background check, Child Safe training, and orientation.

Volunteer Opportunities include but are not limited to:

  • Helping out with family-friendly events
  • Assisting with Youth Sports and Dance Programs
  • Mentoring young artists in Pottery or Art as a class assistant
  • Assist with our Free After School Program
  • Serve on The Kroc’s Advisory Board and Committees
  • Data Entry and More

The Kroc Center relies on more than its paid staff to meet the mission of Joan Kroc. Mrs. Kroc was clear in her intent: The Kroc Centers were to be places where children can learn from one another, individuals can seek personal growth and development, and a place for the community to gather in leisure and fellowship in an environment that embraces the love and acceptance that Jesus Christ teaches us. As a volunteer, you can help us make that dream a reality!

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Did You Know?

The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign and other campaigns in Omaha are made possible through the help of over

8,400 Volunteers Every Year

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Be part of the community.

The Kroc has the perfect volunteer opportunity to meet your interests, and you can apply to be a volunteer by contacting 402-905-3500 or email omaha.kroccenter@usc.salvationarmy.org.

Click on the “View Volunteer Opportunities” button. Type “Omaha” in the keyword search and select “The Salvation Army – Omaha Kroc Center” to volunteer for Omaha Kroc Center Opportunities at betterimpact.com.

Volunteer Spotlight

Carrie Hanks, Senior Volunteer

“When you volunteer it has to come from the heart. You must know that you enjoy giving of yourself and have a genuine love for humanity. Both of these things come so easily at the Kroc Center.”

Chuck Kocarnik, Volunteer

Chuck doesn't just volunteer at one event, he volunteers for many events. You can find him driving the church van, taking photos or visiting residents at the VA and local nursing homes. Anytime he can he pitches in and helps. Chuck is always ready and willing to make a difference in our community.

Caleb, Kroc Church Volunteer

Still in High School Caleb is a self-motivated volunteer who helps Kroc Church by running the projector for Sunday Worship Services and he teaches Sunday School classes. Caleb is always willing to help in any way possible.