The Salvation Military of Northeast Florida’s Pink Kettle Marketing campaign has a scarcity of volunteer bell ringers, who’re essential to the annual fundraiser’s success.
The volunteers man a lot of the Pink Kettles at shops and different places, issuing vacation greetings to encouraging them to make donate. The nonprofit attributed the scarcity to volunteer and donor fatigue from the 2017 hurricane season, which triggered substantial injury throughout the area.
“The influence of the hurricane season solely makes this yr’s Purple Kettle marketing campaign all of the extra essential,” stated Main Bert Tanner, space commander. “All funds raised for hurricane aid go particularly to hurricane aid. However native households want providers like our meal ministry and meals pantry yr-spherical. The necessity is rising in our group and we would like to have the ability to meet that want.”
Volunteers are wanted 10 a.m.to eight p.m. day by day by means of Dec. 23 at places round Northeast Florida. A minimal dedication of two hours is required. To enroll, name (904) 301-4852 or textual content JaxKettle to 41444.
Additionally, the Salvation Military continues to be accepting purposes for paid bellringer positions. candidates ought to name (904)534-4479 or e mail LaToya.Cousins@uss.salvationarmy.org.
Funds raised via the kettles keep native. To donate on-line, go to bit.ly/NEFLRedKettle.
For extra info, go to salvationarmynefl.org.
Beth Reese Cravey: (904) 359-4109