Walmart’s “12 Days of Giving” empowers Facebook users to nominate The Salvation Army to receive part of a $1.5 million grant.
Volunteer bell ringer raises awareness and $2,500 in donations by playing euphonium at red kettle for 36 hours straight.
The Salvation Army Angel Giving Tree Online campaign presented by jcpenney is in full swing! There are still thousands of angels waiting for you to adopt them this Christmas. What are you waiting for? Until December 13, you can ensure a very special Christmas morning to disadvantaged children, teens and seniors in need by adopting an angel online.
What’s even better this year: the newest online system allows you to specify your angel by zip code, city, state, age and gender. Click Here to be someone’s Santa!
On this Veterans Day, in honor of those who have and continue to serve, consider adopting a disadvantaged senior citizen this Christmas. There are many overlooked senior citizens who are either facing financial hardship or lack the family support system who would otherwise make Christmas special. We remember our Veterans in need – many of whom are struggling to provide for themselves – and we hope you’ll help provide joy and love for these deserving folks this Christmas.
jcpenney is creating even more incentive to join in this effort! Creating awareness of the importance of providing Christmas to the less fortunate, jcpenney is leveraging Black Friday weekend. Here are the details:
On Thanksgiving Day, jcpenney will donate $50 to The Salvation Army, up to $400,000 for every angel adopted online – giving customers another reason to take advantage of online Black Friday specials at www.jcp.com.
On Black Friday, jcpenney will donate $25 to The Salvation Army, up to $100,000, for every customer who uses Foursquare to check-in to a jcpenney store between 4 a.m. and 1 p.m. Don’t know what Foursquare is? Click Here to sign up!
For over 40 years, jcpenney has generously helped The Salvation Army serve others in need at Christmastime. With your help, we could reach our goal of raising an additional $500,000 to be given to others in need. How awesome is that?
To adopt your angel today, please visit www.jcp.com/angel. For more information on The Salvation Army, please visit our national site at www.SalvationArmyUSA.org.
Detroit resident builds world’s largest kettle as a thank you to The Salvation Army for the help that was provided to him.