Importance of Bell Ringing & Safety

Sep 30, 2020

The Salvation Army's Red Kettles are facing a lot of challenges this year: 

  • Reduced foot traffic at stores
  • Health concerns with physical monies
  • & Even a lower number of physical Kettles than ever before

Volunteer Bell Ringers are even more valued this year with all of these obstacles impacting our Holiday Fundraising efforts that support the Programs & Services we provide throughout Christmas, and all year-long. If you wish to volunteer your time and serve our mission first-hand, you can still do that by becoming a Bell Ringer and knowing that The Salvation Army is providing guidelines & protocols to ensure the safety of everyone who visits our Red Kettles. The precautions in place will include CDC compliant sanitation and protective practices as well as PPE supplies for all of our Bell Ringers!

Click Here to read the full statement regarding this year's Guidelines & Safety Protocols  


If you are ready to sign up as a Bell Ringer for your local Salvation Army or if you have further questions about volunteering , please use either button below:

Register as a Bell Ringer

Contact Your Salvation Army


If you still wish to give your support & join this year's mission to Rescue Christmas, then you can become a "Bell Ringer" online through your Salvation Army's Virtual Red Kettle. All you have to do is follow the link below and search for your community's Salvation Army. Once you find the page for your local Online Red Kettle, just choose to join the team and become a fundraiser.

You can share your fundraiser page with anyone online & help raise money that will directly support your Salvation Army's Red Kettle efforts this Holiday Season!

Find Your Local Virtual Red Kettle


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