Join Meltdown as he rings the bell for The Salvation Army!
Volunteer bell ringers are the heart and soul of The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle Campaign, and Meltdown is participating in The Salvation Army’s largest fundraiser of the year! The funds raised through the annual Red Kettle Campaign help accomplish more than just feeding and sheltering through vital community programs such as the William Booth Legal Aid Clinic and Pathway of Hope.
Meltdown will be at the Kroger in Northvilles from 10:00 am until noon. Come on by!
Can’t make it out? Simply text SALMICH to 41444 to make a donation!
Last year, The Salvation Army helped provide more than 2.5 million meals and more than 622,000 nights of shelter to those in need across metro Detroit. But The Salvation Army does more than just feed and shelter…
- $25 helps provide a child with a winter coat
- $75 helps send a child to summer camp through The Salvation Army Outdoors program.
- $50 helps assist first responders and victims of emergency disasters through The Salvation Army’s Emergency Disaster Services.
Donations made to the Red Kettle Campaign remain in the area they are given.
The Salvation Army provides an array of services extending beyond food and shelter assistance to include youth programming, legal aid, utility assistance, rehabilitation services and much more.
The Salvation Army is always in need of volunteers throughout the year. It’s not too late for volunteers to sign up to ring this Red Kettle season. Those interested in donating their time can visit ringbell.org to sign up.