Tis the season for The Salvation Army’s red kettles & season passes

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Every year, The Salvation Army workers and volunteers greet shoppers with their red kettles, bells and friendly faces, taking donations for the Salvation Army’s holiday drive.

Sometimes it’s just too cold to dig in your purse or pocket for the cash you want to give, and that’s why The Salvation Army has established another way to give. It’s called the Season Pass.

What’s the Salvation Army Season Pass?
You wear the Season Pass button on your coat as a visible demonstration of your support for The Salvation Army during the holiday season. If you’re like a lot of people, you may not carry cash around as much anymore, so when you pass by a bell ringer, you let them – and everyone else – know you’ve already kettled.

How much is a button and where can I get one?
The Season Pass buttons are available for a $20, $50, or $100 donation.Red Kettle Season Pass

They are purchased online. Click here to purchase yours !

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