The Chatham-Kent Salvation Army needs help to meet $500,000 goal
The Salvation Army Chatham-Kent Ministries is struggling to meet their campaign goal this season.
Last year the Chatham-Kent community helped them raise $490,000.
This year, the campaign goal is set at $500,000. As of December 13th, they are short $80,000 in the Kettle Campaign and short $166,000 in the mail-out campaign with only 11 days left.
“We are asking individuals, businesses, whoever is able, to help us reach our goal. This money is what helps us to provide our services not only at Christmas, but throughout the year,” stated Karen Holland, Captain The Salvation Army Chatham-Kent Ministries.