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Salvation Army Kettle Campaign $5 Million Behind Target

22 December 2017

If the Salvation Army doesn't hit its goal of $183,000 by December 31, its ability to help next year could be hurt.

The Salvation Army says they are seeing more and more new families and individuals using their services.

This year, the Angel Tree program was able to help the Betty Austin family, who lost their home in a fire in November. It's a day when we look to those who have given us donations at the kettles and those who sent in a check. Families who need groceries or toys have all been helped.

Thanks ahead of time from the Bend Firefighters Association, Bend Fire Department and The Salvation Army for helping families in need this holiday season.

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Someone has anonymously dropped gold coins into the Salvation Army of Metro Detroit's red kettles stationed outside grocery stores for the past four or five years, and that tradition continues.

The Salvation Army will host the homeless and its McCallie Avenue neighborhood at a Christmas Eve Brunch this Sunday at 10 the ReCreate Café, 800 McCallie Ave. In many cases, a person or group adopted a child and prepared gift packages for children. "We're still behind our goal for the season, so these gifts are truly special and make a significant impact on our basic needs programming that help thousands of clients throughout the year".

"My belief is that we're going to go over our goal this year and these next few days will push us over that edge", she said. Rep. Yaccarino was joined by Salvation Army Captain Charles Adams, Corps. "When the teachers see them on a day to day basis, they know the need".

Salvation Army Kettle Campaign $5 Million Behind Target