The city of Detroit is turning red to help raise awareness of the final days of The Salvation Army 2014 Red Kettle Campaign.
It’s “enough to help feed 10 hungry people a year, or help provide coats to keep 48 children warm this winter season.”
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The donations include wooden desks, night stands, dressers, upholstered chairs and headboards, as well as lamps, mirrors, wall hangings, linens and bed sheets.
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.