The Salvation Army 2022 Christmas Kettle Campaign
The Salvation Army Christmas Kettle Campaign is starting on November 14 and goes until December 24. Kettles are open from Monday to Saturday, and are located at malls, grocery stores and other participating retailers as shown on the below map.
We are always looking for volunteers to stand by a kettle and help us raise money to fund the programs and services we provide to those most in need in our community.
To sign up, click here or give us a call at (780) 424-9222.
Be an ambassador for our annual Christmas Kettle Campaign. Help raise money for Salvation Army Community Based Services, supporting Edmonton children, families and adults in need.
The Campaign runs from mid November until Christmas.
You choose your shift(s)... flexible days and times... volunteer at a location of your choice!
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