The Salvation Army needs your help like never before
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, The Salvation Army is seeing requests for services continue to rise at an all-time high and need the help of generous donors like never before.
This holiday season’s iconic red kettle campaign has seen fewer volunteers ringing bells, consumers carrying less cash and coins, and a noticeable decline in foot traffic around red kettle locations.
Therefore, The Salvation Army of Whitfield, Murray and Gordon County has seen a significant decrease in funds raised through the red kettles. We are down $20,000, according to Capt. Arnaldo Pena, which could limit our capability to provide services for…