Salvation Army kettle campaign taking debit or credit in some Ontario cities

Paola Ditto
Dicembre 6, 2018

Lt. Christopher White, Corps Officer with the Salvation Army, said that he has never seen anything like what he experienced before, certainly not in Jefferson City, according to KOMU.

"They told me that there was something really special in one of the buckets and I couldn't quite believe it when I saw it", he told the outlet.

- A secret Santa once again dropped a very valuable coin into a Salvation Army red kettle.

This particular coin is estimated to be worth $1,300.

"Any donation is welcome, including monetary donations, to help get us where we need to be donations-wise", Livick said. "We have to be out where people can give to us, so if we don't have enough volunteers, we are not out", said Maj.

The suspect told police he was taking the kettle back to the Salvation Army, but an employee for the charitable organization said protocol would be to leave the kettle at the ringer's location, which was Woodman's.

Join the 13abc action news team on Thursday, December 6th as we ring the bell for the Salvation Army of Northwest Ohio.

The kettle campaign will continue to collect donations up to Christmas eve.

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