York Salvation Army Leader Worries About Meeting Kettle Goal


>>York Salvation Army Leader Worries About Meeting Kettle Goal

(York, PA) -- Officials with the Salvation Army in York say they're worried about meeting their Red Kettle campaign goals this year. Major Tom Babbitt is worried about whether the organization will meet its goal of collecting 200-thousand dollars in donations because he says a lot of people are out of work and not able to give. He's also worried that the supply-chain problems will affect their toy distribution. Money from the kettle campaign supports the Salvation Army's holiday assistance program, which goes toward toys, food and clothing.


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