Norfolk County, it’s almost that time of year.
The Kettle Campaign with the Salvation Army will be setting up shop at stores hoping for your generous donations to support members of our community this holiday season.
It runs all the way until Christmas eve and while the businesses are open to these kettles, and the community shows their support through their donations, one problem they hit every year is finding men and women to take some time and stand at these stores to accept those donations.
Kettle Coordinator Hal Whitcomb is asking the community to think about sparing just a little bit of time to help them out.
The goal this year for the Kettle Campaign is $200,000, with the group hoping to raise $100,000 from the kettles alone.
If you are interested in helping you can contact the Salvation Army in Simcoe.