Salvation Army is falling short of its red kettle goal and needs bell ringers

The Salvation Army of Warren, Page, Rappahannock, and parts of Shenandoah Counties is approximately 55 percent short of their $40,000 goal so far this season.

Captain Ann Hawk of the regional Salvation Army reports the shortfall.

Largely the shortfall is due to the lack of bell ringers at the red kettle locations.

Hawk explains that without bell ringers there are no kettles available to add to the funds.

There are open availabilities to ring bells the last 7 days of the collection season.

If you or a community group you belong to would like to volunteer to ring bells click here.

Safe secure online donations to the Salvation Army can be made here.

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News Makers from the Salvation Army discuss the Red Kettle Campaign and community dinner

Scott Bradley speaks with News Makers from the Salvation Army about their holiday happenings.

Captain Ann Hawk discusses The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign including locations and how you can get involved.

Jason Neal looks forward to serving guests at the community dinner which is open to anyone who would like a good meal and comradery.

Donations are still being accepted for food items for the community dinner.

Click here to register to ring.

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News Maker Ann Hawk on the Christmas Angel Program

The Salvation Army’s Christmas Angel program is open for residents of Warren, Rappahannock, Page and the town of Strasburg.

We spoke with Salvation Army Corp Officer Captain Ann Hawk about the program in our latest news maker.

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Captain Hawk explains how the program helps to provide Christmas gifts for children in the area.

She also tells us how many children and families were helped last year through the program.

Captain Hawk also tells us that the date to register a child for the program has been extended and how to secure a child’s chance to participate.

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