The Craig Service Extension Unit of the Salvation Army is planning its annual Kettle Campaign for Moffat County.
The campaign will run on weekends from Friday through Christmas Eve.
Volunteers are needed to ring the bells at various locations in Craig. Shifts may be as short as one hour or as long as four hours.
All of the money raised during the Craig Kettle Campaign remains in Moffat County to help residents throughout the year.
Rent, utilities and medical needs are some of the areas the Salvation Army helps people in need. Ten percent of the donations are added to an emergency fund that may only be used in Moffat County.
The Kettle Campaign is the only fundraising project the Salvation Army conducts in Moffat County each year.
The pennies, dimes and dollars dropped into the kettles help keep pace with the growing need for assistance in today’s economy.
The Craig Service Extension Unit volunteers work in coordination with Love In the Name of Christ to make sure donations are used where they will do the most good.
For more information about the Salvation Army in Moffat County or to volunteer as a bell ringer, call Luann Kline at 824-5926.
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