SA set to kick off Red Kettle drive

You may have everything you need for Christmas, but many don’t. That’s why The Salvation Army in Plymouth is seeking funds to help people who continue to struggle in Plymouth and surrounding communities of Adell/Batavia, Cascade, Cedar Grove, Elkhart Lake, Glenbeulah, Greenbush, Hingham, Oostburg, Random Lake and Waldo.

In response to needs of friends, neighbors and your families, who face, unemployment and rising expenses, The Salvation Army in Plymouth is launching its annual Red Kettle campaign. Its goal is to serve as a reminder of the joy that comes from helping others in need.

Locally, The Salvation Army in Plymouth hopes to raise $60,000 to help sustain the vital programs and services that help people in need in their daily struggle for survival.

The Salvation Army’s time-honored Christmas Campaign will include traditional fundraising methods, such as direct mail, as well as the highly visible Red Kettles — a holiday tradition that has served as a symbol of goodwill for more than 105 years.

“Many families are finding it very hard to stay afloat, and we’ve seen it firsthand in the numbers of people coming to us for help”. “It’s especially hard during the holiday season, when so many don’t know how they’ll have the means to provide for their families. That’s why The Salvation Army looks to our community for their generosity: so we can show that same compassion and kindness to the less fortunate.”

This holiday season is expected to be a busy one. The Salvation Army would like to stress that any contribution will help — and donations of time as a bell ringer is accepted as gratefully as donations of money.

To volunteer to be a Red Kettle bell ringer this Christmas season, contact Deb at (920) 528-8465, or sign up online at

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