The Salvation Army - Edmonton

2020 Christmas Kettle Campaign

Sign Up For Kettles Has Begun!


Sign up for shifts at our Christmas Kettles has begun. The Christmas Kettle Campaign begins on November 13, 2020. For more information about volunteering on the Christmas Kettles, please visit our website


Kettle Locations

The below map shows the location of all of our Christmas Kettles this year. The number next to the name represents how many open kettle shifts there are at that location. For instance, if a kettle’s label says “Londonderry Mall – 83” that means that there are currently 83 open kettle shifts remaining at Londonderry Mall for the 2020 Christmas Kettle campaign. You can also see the map at


Orientation Video

We have prepared a Kettle Volunteer Orientation Video for all of our volunteers! Topics covered include what to expect on a kettle shift, how to interact with the public, how to handle donations, and COVID safety procedures. 


Other Volunteer Opportunities


Please note that many volunteer opportunities within The Salvation Army Edmonton locations are currently suspended due to Covid 19 precautions.

Can you help from home?


Currently we are accepting:

  • Messages of hope and encouragement to our residents in isolation and community service clients 
  • Messages of gratitude for staff who are working the front lines 
  • Knitted scarves, hats, and mittens/gloves - children and adults (Please call Deb Huber at 780-424-9222 ext 405 to arrange pick up)

Mail your messages to: 


Deb Huber 

The Salvation Army
Edmonton Community Resource Centre

9620 – 101 A Avenue 

Edmonton, AB T5H 0C7 


And we will distribute them on your behalf. 




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The Salvation Army exists to share the love of Jesus Christ, meet human needs and be a transforming influence in the communities of our world.

 The Salvation Army Today…

…helps over 1.9 million vulnerable and marginalized people each year in 400 communities across Canada.


The Salvation Army provides practical assistance for children, families and individuals, shelter for people experiencing homelessness and rehabilitation for those who have lost control of their lives due to an addiction.


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