Red Kettle Campaign
The city of Detroit is turning red to help raise awareness of the final days of The Salvation Army 2014 Red Kettle Campaign.
Holiday festivities in Detroit kick-off Friday night with the lighting of The Salvation Army Red Kettle and Detroit’s Christmas tree in Campus Martius.
Ready to do your good deed for the holidays? Consider this: The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit is seeking volunteer bell ringers for this year’s Red Kettle Campaign.
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit has announced that it raised $8.8 million through its 2013 Red Kettle campaign.
“We like to have a little bit of fun with it,” said Quicken Loans CEO Bill Emerson, dressed as a big, pink bunny.
Detroit is turning red to help raise awareness during the final days of The Salvation Army’s red kettle fundraising campaign.
The goal for the campaign in southeast Michigan is $8.75 million … which funds Salvation Army programs all year long.
The Salvation Army of Metro Detroit announced that it raised $8,303,690.86 through its 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, the largest amount the nonprofit has ever raised through all previous annual campaigns.
The city of Detroit is turning red to raise awareness of the final days metro Detroiters can donate to The Salvation Army’s 2012 Red Kettle Campaign, which ends when red kettles leave storefronts across metro Detroit on Christmas Eve.
The Salvation Army put the metal to the kettle Thursday morning in Campus Martius, as the organization kicked off their annual hoilday fundraising drive.