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Red Kettles Make Change Happen

Need help convincing your friends that The Salvation Army should be their charity of choice this holiday season? We’ve provided you with 12 ways donations to Red kettles make a difference for the people served by The Salvation Army.

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1st red kettle feeds 1,000 of San Francisco’s poorest and hungry in 1891

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200,000 vulnerable children experienced the joys of summer camp for the first time

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323,000 disaster victims are rebuilding their lives one day at a time

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4,500,000 people in need receive toys, clothes, gifts, meals and hope at Christmastime

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59,000,000 meals were served to families struggling to put food on the table

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60% of those in the grip of addiction completed the Harbor Light Center alcohol and drug treatment program

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7,546 centers provide a refuge of comfort, encouragement, renewal and love for men, women and children across the U.S.

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82 cents of every dollar spent goes towards program services, enabling us to Do The Most Good for those in need

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90% of facilities offer wellness programs for children that encourage them to maintain a healthy lifestyle

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10,600,000 warm beds were slept in by people who thought they had no place to go

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11/2013: Emergency response begins with for survivors of the tornadoes in the Midwest  and typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

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1266 Family Stores fund our programs for adults in need of spiritual and physical rehabilitation

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