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Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign underway in Moose Jaw

Event officially kicked off on Monday, with donation kettles now available all over city
Salvation Army kettle campaign
Salvation Army in Moose Jaw Lt. Ameta Ward (left) and Lt. Lester Ward are joined by Moose Jaw city councillor Doug Blanc for the kettle campaign kickoff on Monday morning.

If you've been out and about to major retail outlets in the Friendly City as of late, you'll have come across one of Moose Jaw's most well-known annual traditions: the Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign is underway.

The event, which acts as one of the major fundraisers for the local charity, officially kicked off on Monday morning with a special event at Superstore.

Councillor Doug Blanc was on hand for the beginning of the campaign, which will run throughout the month of December up until the afternoon of Christmas Eve Day.

The kettle campaign annually brings in thousands of dollars to the Salvation Army in Moose Jaw, with all funds staying in the community and used for a wide range of projects that support the disadvantaged in the city and area.

Kettles are located at Superstore, Walmart, the Salvation Army Thrift Store, Co-Op, Safeway, Moose Jaw Liquor Store, Sobey’s Liquor Store, and the Town ‘N’ Country Mall.

The campaign is also still looking for volunteers, with shifts generally covering three hours. You can give them a shout at (306) 692-5899 for more information and to sign on for a shift.

For more on how the Salvation Army supports the Moose Jaw community, you can click right here.