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The Salvation Army is Calling on YOU to Fill the Kettle

The Salvation Army is Calling on YOU to Fill the Kettle

With Christmas only days away, The Salvation Army is calling on Canadians to help fill kettles on street corners, store fronts and online as fundraising is still $6 million short of the $19 million goal. To date, The Salvation Army has collected $13 million in the nearly 2,000 kettles across the country. Kettles will continue accepting donations through Christmas Eve.

Donors can give to The Salvation Army in a variety of different ways this Christmas season.

• Supporters can give online at Using Google Maps technology, donors can find and give to a specific local kettle. All money raised stays in the community in which it was donated to support programs for people in need.

• Donors also have the option to host their own personal iKettle at This easy-to-use online tool allows supporters to become virtual bell-ringers for The Salvation Army, collecting needed funds for the local community.

• And, of course, we always encourage giving at our physical kettle locations on street corners and retail centres across the country.

The Salvation Army recognizes that times are tough, but we know that we can count on Canadians to dig deep this year and help us achieve our goal. Demand for Salvation Army programs and service continues to surpass our available resources. Your support helps us provide a sense of hope and dignity for all Canadians.

Visit to learn more about how you can help this Christmas season. God bless you!


Help The Salvation Army "Fill the Kettle"

Help The Salvation Army "Fill the Kettle"

For 120 years, The Salvation Army's Christmas kettles have been synonymous with the holiday season and the spirit of giving. Kettles are already on the streets in more than 2,000 locations across Canada, collecting spare change and cash from passersby to help us serve more than 1.7 million vulnerable people in 400 communities across the country each year.

And this year, there's a new way to give back. Donors can locate and donate to their local kettles online at You can even sign up to host your own virtual kettle by visiting

With more than three million Canadians living in poverty today—including one out of every 10 children—the need has never been greater. But, we know we can count on the overwhelming generosity of Canadians to help fill our kettles this year!

Visit to learn more about how you can help this Christmas season.

Salvation Army Thrift Store: Something for Everyone!

For the best deals in Quesnel on household items, clothing, electronics, books, children's toys, boutique specials and unique auction collectibles do stop by and check out the fabulous items and the equally fabulous prices!!!

Don't miss "Toonie" Mondays or the last Friday of each month when their regular 5$ and 10$ bag sale happens.

Quesnel's "Sally Ann" store is located directly across the street from Shopper's Drug Mart at 246 St. Laurent Ave.

Jo-ann, Angela and Addi and their friendly staff are always there to help and humour you.

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