To learn more, visit salvationarmynefl.org.
Also, the Salvation Army continues to be accepting applications for compensated bellringer positions. Interested applicants should call (904)534-4479 or email LaToya.Cousins@uss.salvationarmy.org.
Janet Reese Cravey: (904) 359-4109
The Salvation Army of Northeast Florida’s Red Kettle Campaign has lack of volunteer bell ringers, who’re important to the annual fundraiser’s success.
Volunteers are essential 10 a.m.to eight p.m. daily through 12 ,. 23 at locations around Northeast Florida. The absolute minimum commitment of two hrs is needed. To register, call (904) 301-4852 or text JaxKettle to 41444.
The volunteers man the majority of the Red Kettles at stores along with other locations, issuing holiday greetings to encouraging these to make donate. The nonprofit attributed the shortage to volunteer and donor fatigue in the 2017 hurricane season, which caused substantial damage over the region.
Funds elevated with the kettles stay local. To give online, visit bit.ly/NEFLRedKettle.
“The impact from the hurricane season only makes 2010 Red Kettle campaign even more important,” stated Major Bert Tanner, area commander. “All funds elevated for hurricane relief go particularly to hurricane relief. But local families need services like our meal ministry and food kitchen year-round. The necessity keeps growing within our community so we want so that you can meet that require.Inches