Salvation Army’s Multiple Holiday Programs


KJVI Community Matters -Salvation Army’s multiple Holiday Programs

Guest: Commanding Officer, Major Stan Carr, Salvation Army San Angelo
Duration 25:25
Air Dates: November 28, 2020, 8am; November 29, 2020, 8 p.m.

Major Carr provides an update on Salvation Army’s multiple Holiday programs to help people in the community, especially in this pandemic year when many people who are usually financially stable are experiencing job losses and being forced to make significant cuts in spending. The Angel Tree initiative has been underway since the beginning of November, providing additional time for people to participate, with more than 1000 children registered this year. The deadline to purchase gifts from the Angel Tree (or the online ‘Registry for Good’ is December 10th. The Red Kettle Program with bell ringers went into full gear this past Friday, Black Friday’. Salvation Army can still use help from volunteers as bell ringers. All volunteers will be provided with masks and face shields to ensure Covid 19 safety. Additionally, there’s a Red Kettle program that can be a social media initiative for anyone who wants to help raise funds online. And Walmart, one of the main locations for Angel Trees and the Registry for Good’ has added the ‘Round Up to Inspire Hope’ program, giving people the opportunity to round up online purchases to the next dollar, with all proceeds going to Salvation Army.
Contact and Program information:
By phone: 325-655-6981
In person: 34 W. 3rd Street, San Angelo
Website: or to sign up to be a bell ringer & choose your schedule, visit: The Salvation Army USA and enter your zip code for the location nearest you.
Social Media: @SalArmySanAngelo
To purchase gifts online from Walmart, look for the ‘Registry For Good’ link. Specific toys that have been requested can be purchased and delivered to the Salvation Army San Angelo office.

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