The Salvation Army may not have seen their Red Kettle Goal but they still saw a huge wave of donations.
This year’s goal was $200,000 they brought in $164,000which was a 50% decrease from years passed.
“The Salvation Army depends on the generosity of the public to meet human needs each year. 2020 was a year unlike any other, and we worried that Red Kettle fundraising could be significantly down due to the economic impact of the pandemic,” said Ernest Hull. “Thankfully, our partners and donors supported us wholeheartedly at the Red Kettle, through online kettles, and by once again coming through for the Angel Tree program. Your help in 2020 has helped Rescue Christmas for many neighbors and will allow The Salvation Army to provide support and assistance in the coming months.”
The Salvation Army would like to thank the community for their tremendous, ongoing support.
You can continue to donate to the Salvation Army by clicking here.