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QC Salvation Army is behind in Red Kettle campaign

20 December 2017

Major Connie Shaw, of the Ottawa Salvation Army Corps, noted as of Saturday, the agency is 75 percent to its goal of $70,000. "It's great that we've got such support from individuals and companies".

An Oklahoma woman is feeling grateful to have her wedding ring back after her husband accidentally dropped it into a Salvation Army kettle! Every donation to a Christmas kettle remains in the community in which it was given, in order to help local people in need.

The auto manufacturer also presented Salvation Army officials with a check for $15,000 to cover a shortage in the charity's annual Red Kettle program. "So yes we can use more volunteers".

Mail and online donations will go through January 31.

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The Salvation Army could have been mistaken for Santa's Workshop as staff worked through the weekend to sort through thousands of donated gifts.

Students at St. Benedict Catholic Secondary School shipped more than 1,500 toys to the Salvation Army by school bus recently.

Supporters can host their own online kettle and encourage their friends, family, neighbours and co-workers to donate to The Salvation Army. A $5 donation will be added to your monthly mobile bill.

Those receiving assistance say this program and the community's generosity allows them to give their families a Merry Christmas.

QC Salvation Army is behind in Red Kettle campaign