The Salvation Army of Charleston kicked-off its annual Angel Tree and Red Kettle Campaign with the help of Advisory Board Chairman Sonya Stevens, ABC News 4 meteorologist.
This year, The Salvation Army will provide Christmas toys for 2,143 children in need throughout the Lowcountry. The children, our angels, come from low-income families facing financial hardships. Members of the community are given the opportunity to adopt angels for Christmas and provide Christmas toys for the children. Some of our Angel Tree locations include: Northwoods Mall, MUSC, and Pivotal Fitness, among others.
The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign will be in full-swing after Thanksgiving. Money raised during the Red Kettle Campaign provides funding for The Salvation Army’s social services and community programs. Our goal is to raise $190,000 to support the work of The Salvation Army.
The Salvation Army's first kettle donation this year. You're never too young to make a difference!