Thursday, December 29, 2011
On December 22, businesses and community members of the Metro Detroit area rallied together in support of The Salvation Army. Acknowledging 125 years of service in the area, businesses in the downtown area honored The Salvation Army’s last day of the Red Kettle Campaign by “going red” – Salvation Army red that is!
Monday, December 19, 2011
Many thanks to the thousands who came out to Universal CityWalk Hollywood for The Salvation Army’s 2nd annual Rock the Red Kettle concert!
The venue was jam-packed with fans of Greyson Chance, Cody Simpson, Drake Bell, Hanson, Honor Society, and Colbie Caillat. Each artist and band rocked the stage in promotion of The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign.
Saturday, December 17, 2011
We’re getting ready to Rock the Red Kettle!!
Despite cloudy skies and sprinkles, artists and bands such as Greyson Chance, Honor Society, Cody Simpson, Colby Caillat, Drake Bell and Hanson are roaming the stage area and performing sound checks to ensure they rock out the crowd tonight at The Salvation Army’s 2nd annual Rock the Red Kettle concert!
Thursday, December 15, 2011
Players from the Detroit Red Wings hockey team scored some points for those in need when they served as Red Kettle bell ringers at four locations in metro…
Friday, December 9, 2011
Our 2nd annual Rock the Red Kettle concert is happening in only one week! We hope you’ll jingle-bell rock out with us on December 17.
In an effort to reach young philanthropists and to promote The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, the night will include performances by well-known pop-rock bands like Honor Society, Hanson, Colbie Caillat & Greyson Chance. Other performers include Nickelodeon Star and musician, Drake Bell.
Wednesday, November 30, 2011
The Salvation Army received a generous $1 million donation from the Walmart Foundation in support of our 120th annual Red Kettle Campaign. The company has been a valued partner in helping The Salvation Army’s efforts to combat hunger – a problem that the company is passionate about ending.
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Detroit resident builds world’s largest kettle as a thank you to The Salvation Army for the help that was provided to him.
Friday, November 4, 2011
After hours of build up, we are proud to announce that our featured performer for our 15th annual Red Kettle Kickoff is acclaimed pop artist Enrique Iglesias!
Performing at the Dallas Cowboys halftime show on Thanksgiving Day, Enrique is helping us “kick off” the 120th anniversary of the Army’s Red Kettle Campaign. So not only do you get to watch the Cowboys battle the Miami Dolphins, you’ll get to dance off that turkey dinner while Enrique lights up the stage! You won’t want to miss hits from his Euphoria tour, including his newest song about giving back!
“This is a great opportunity – to spend Thanksgiving in Dallas where music, football and helping others truly comes together,” said Enrique.
Fans also have the opportunity to see this entire event LIVE entering our virtual bell ringer contest! You could win an all expenses paid trip to Dallas for the big game and kettle kickoff. All you have to do is sign up as a virtual bell ringer with The Salvation Army Online Red Kettle campaign! The person who collects the highest number of donors to give to their individual kettle will be eligible to win! Visit www.onlineredkettle.org to get started today. Don’t wait too long! The contest ends November 18.
After you’ve counted your blessings and eaten turkey to your heart’s content, help us bring in the Christmas season in style by watching the big game and The Salvation Army kettle kickoff halftime show beginning at 3:00 p.m. CST airing on FOX!
Click Here for our official press release.
Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Salvation Army red kettles will soon be set up across the country for the holiday season. With over 25,000 collection kettles set up across the country, it’s hard to miss the iconic sights and sounds of a Salvation Army bell ringer outside of your local grocer. Those faithful, sometimes very cold volunteers make The Salvation Army’s work possible. Last year alone we raised $142 million for the poor – all from red kettle collections!
This year, we’re making it as easy as ever for you to spread joy and help others this Christmas.
We’re excited to introduce the latest Salvation Army development: the online red kettle! The new online kettle system allows you to set up your own personal kettle and ring a virtual bell via email and social networking – all from home!
Once you register at www.onlineredkettle.org, you can start an individual, company or team kettle campaign and begin collecting donations from family and friends. Those interested in joining your kettle group can search for your name on the home page. It’s as simple as registering online!
All of the donations that you collect in your kettle will help feed hungry families, provide presents for needy children, heat the homes of struggling senior citizens, and bless millions in need. You can even track your progress and start a little friendly competition– all donations are in real time. Click here to get started.
Join thousands of ringers across the country by becoming a virtual bell ringer today! Your kettle is waiting – visit www.onlineredkettle.org to start spreading the joy! To learn more about how your collections will benefit those in need, please visit www.SalvationArmyUSA.org.
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
For those of you who aren’t in the vicinity of Glendale, CA, we’re bringing Glendale to you. We’re streaming The Salvation Army’s inaugural Rock the Red Kettle Concert LIVE, starting tonight at 7pm PST/10pmEST.
The great thing about tuning in via live stream is it’s easy for young philanthropists to be involved! If you want to help bands like Honor Society, Ashlyne Huff, and New Hollow support our cause, you can simply click to donate while watching the show or use your phone to donate $10 by texting the word “GIVE” to 85944.
Enjoy the show tonight, and join the conversation below to let us know what you think: