Salvation Army Surpasses Goal in 2021 Red Kettle Campaign

The Salvation Army of Montgomery has announced its final total for the 2021 Red Kettle Campaign.

After over a month-long campaign of ringing bells for donations, the Salvation Army raised about $300,000. This surpassed the original goal of $205,000.

The money will be going toward funding Salvation Army programs, which includes their shelters and keeping them stocked throughout 2022.

Captain Daimion Roberts, who helps operate the Montgomery Salvation Army, along with his wife, Captain Tabitha Roberts, said the donations from the campaign will be going a long way in the Montgomery area.

“This money’s gonna operate this facility and with shelter, housing, utility assistance, sending kids to camp, helping women and children to get reestablished,” stated Captain Roberts.

Alabama News Network is a proud sponsor of the Red Kettle Campaign. To learn more about volunteer opportunities with the facility, contact the Salvation Army of Montgomery at 334-265-0281.

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