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Blizzard cuts into local Salvation Army Red Kettle donations

(Photo supplied/ABC 57)
The Red Kettle Campaign by the Salvation Army in northern Indiana was down this year due in large part to the winter storm that hit right before Christmas.
The organization says they are still taking donations through New Year’s Eve online. Less than $600 was raised over the Christmas weekend.
That is far below the average of $8,000 the last two days the kettles are out before Christmas.
To donate:

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1 comment

Charles U Farley January 2, 2023 at 3:04 pm

How much of it was weather, and how much of it was rebellion against the Salvation Army’s woke politics? I personally REFUSE to apologize for my skin color, and have not given the Salvation Army a penny since their silly demand that I do so.

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