This year, millions of Americans have been impacted by COVID-19 and are experiencing unprecedented need. As we look ahead to the holiday season, the need will only continue to grow, as will the need for financial support. The ability for The Salvation Army to raise vital funds to serve those in need is at risk this year. Due to the impact of COVID-19, many places across the country where 25,000 red kettles are typically hosted are no longer open, causing significant disruptions to normal fundraising seen during the holidays.
For the first time in its history, The Salvation Army will be making an announcement about their 130-year-old Red Kettle Campaign. Commissioner Kenneth Hodder, National Commander for The Salvation Army, announces what The Salvation Army is doing to combat the increased needs this year, including a change to the iconic 130-year-old Red Kettle fundraising campaign.
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