SALVATION ARMY RUNNING SHORT OF VOLUNTEERS TO STAND BY A KETTLE
12/6/2017 6:55:12 AM


Officials with the Salvation Army say they need more volunteers to reach this year's Kettle Campaign goal of $90,000.

The Salvation Army's Rick Honcharsky they are running short on help right across the board.

    All money collected goes towards funding their services which includes its food bank, its emergency shelter, and clothing program, among many other things.

To volunteer, you can visit their website and see which location and times are available.

You can also call their central office on Colborne Street in Simcoe.

So far the campaign has raised close to $30-grand.
   

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