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The Salvation Army needs your help this Holiday Season. Read below to see how you can help give the gift of Christmas to those in need in your community.
We need your help!
One of the best ways you can give back to your community this holiday season is with your time. We have a variety of ways you can help, but our biggest need is for volunteers to Adopt-a-Day of Bell Ringing. Gather your friends, family, co-workers, or other groups and make giving back together a holiday tradition!
We have many locations and dates to fit your schedule. Contact us today and help The Salvation Army spread cheer while doing good.
To Adopt-a-Day of Bell Ringing, visit http://salar.my/bellringers17
We also need toy sorting/distribution and other holiday-related volunteers. Please contact us to get more information on how you can help make someone?s Christmas brighter.
Keep an eye out for our Bell Ringers at your local grocery stores, Walmarts, and other locations. Your donations, no matter the amount, help those in need right in your community.
The Salvation Army serves millions of people through dozens of services directly targeting the needs of local communities ? from homelessness, hunger, and Christmas assistance, to disaster relief and substance abuse rehabilitation.
In 2016, The Salvation Army?s 3,500 officers, 65,000 employees and 3.2 million volunteers served nearly 25 million Americans in need. That?s almost one person, every second, every day.
Through the public?s generosity in 2016, in the United States alone:
When you give to a Red Kettle, your donation stays in your community, helping your neighbors in need.
Help Do Good and create change by donating to Red Kettles or online at redkettlereason.org this Holiday Season.
Give the gift of Christmas this year to children in need in your local community.
Drop off donations to any Salvation Army or Massage Envy location!
The Salvation Army?s goal for 2017 in San Diego county is to provide 40,000 toys (in addition to stocking stuffers) to 14,000 children countywide.