The Kettle Drive Still Needs Volunteers

Posted on Friday, December 8, 2017

If you have some spare time on your hands between now and December 22nd the Salvation Army in Saint John could sure use your help.

The Christmas Kettle Campaign is underway but according to Major Harold Bungay, they are short of volunteers to handle those donation kettles, which he says are extremely important this time of the year.

He says the volunteers recieve up to $300 for every two hours they are on the kettles so the volunteers are the one’s who make it happen.

Major Bungay says they hope to raise $200,000 this year to help out 1500 needy families in Saint John.

If you have time to volunteer this Christmas, call 506-634-7166

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