Ongoing Opportunity Categories: Homeless and Housing and Social Services
You can make a difference with every ring. By becoming a bell ringer for the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Hope Marches On Campaign, you can make a difference with every ring! The need for volunteers and paid ringers is greater than ever this holiday season!
And if you can’t ring the bell in person, you can host a virtual red kettle to raise funds online. The Red Kettle campaign helps the Salvation Army provide toys for kids at Christmas, clothes and shelter for the homeless, food for the hungry, after school programs and other year round services. Sign up today to be a Bell Ringer for the Salvation Army!
For more information on volunteer bell ringing please call: 417-862-5509, ext 107 or 0 for the operator.
You can also sign up on-line at: registertoring.com
The Salvation Army Is Now Offering Virtual Bell Ringing!
Sign up to be a Virtual Bell Ringing at Salvation Army at: https://give.salvationarmyusa.org/springfieldmo2 or by visiting our website at www.salvationarmyspringfield.org
For assistance with the ON-LINE Fundraiser, please contact Jeff at: 417-862-5509 ext 110 or email him at: [email protected]
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