El Dorado Salvation Army says donations for kettle bell campaign are down

El Dorado Salvation Army says donations for kettle bell campaign are down

El Dorado Salvation Army says donations for kettle bell campaign are down

The Salvation Army still needs bell ringers for its annual Red Kettle Campaign.

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"All of that money will go toward helping the Salvation Army and the Angel Tree", said Phillips.

They stood outside the store and asked shoppers to contribute money to the kettle. The soup van provides meals at two locations in the city every night throughout the year. The warehouse at 901 Trade St. has about 19,000 square feet, and the Salvation Army is using about half of that space.

The Salvation Army of Greater Winston-Salem now has a large building for its Christmas toy-distribution program, which will begin today and run through Friday. "I'm just being honest; a part-time job that we will have to cut", says Maj. "Patrons include families with young children and seniors", she said.

"Full coverage would help ensure our goal is reached", said Kromm, "Our kettles are staffed 100 per cent by volunteers - individuals, families, businesses, service clubs and other groups".

An early morning fire has wiped out food and toys set for distribution next week to 200 needy area families by the Meadville unit of The Salvation Army.

"I just think that. there's so many less fortunate people who get help from this", Webb said. We rely heavily on our Red Kettle donations to stretch through the year. "On Saturday when it was very chilly it was the first time since I've been in Marietta that we didn't even raise $2,000 in all the buckets combined". The Army's gifts to help toward recovery didn't stop there, either, as the then-11-year-old Kate received a box of toys to replace some of the ones destroyed in the storm.

The Madbury resident has been giving back through the Salvation Army for over ten years.

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