In a great outpouring of support from movie-goers all across the Wehrenberg Theatre empire, over 330,000 cans were raised to support families in need all over Missouri and Illinois. And with the support of over 100 volunteers and the dedicated service of UPS, those cans will be delivered to the pantries and corps across the region. Thank you to Wehrenberg Theatres for making this happen, and everyone who came out to see a movie and support The Salvation Army!
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – Multi-platinum recording artist Selena Gomez is also collecting donations in a virtual kettle for the Salvation Army. Last week she performed in St. Louis at the Chaifetz Area. This morning she’s in Arlington, Texas to talk about the Salvation Army’s Red Kettle campaign.
Selena join us along with Dallas Cowboys Executive Vice President Charlotte Jones Anderson and Commissioner David Jeffrey, the National Commander of the Salvation Army, to talk about the event.
A familiar sight is ushering in the holiday season around St. Louis as The Salvation Army kicks off its Red Kettle Campaign. And this year, you may start seeing the signature kettles in unfamiliar places. Especially this weekend.
It’s a tradition that’s been upheld in St. Louis for decades and represents hope for the struggling: the sound of a small, ringing bell alongside a bright-red kettle. The money raised from The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign is being used to help more people than ever before, and as a result, volunteers donning kettles and bells may now be seen at intersections and on street corners throughout St. Louis city and county.Read More »
The Salvation Army is now accepting applications for Toy Town and General Assistance this Christmas. The deadline to apply is November 5; here is what you need to know and where to go!