Season For Sharing


Season for Sharing is NewsWatch 12's annual toy and food drive that supports the Salvation Army’s efforts to provide a holiday meal for families in need and a few gifts to kids who otherwise would not have a Christmas. In Jackson, Josephine,and Klamath counties, more than 2,000 kids will have at least 3 presents under the tree and nearly 1,000 families will receive a Christmas meal because of your help.

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Volunteers help make Season for Sharing possible

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Last Day of Season for Sharing; Many Kids Remain in Need

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Salvation Army Kicks Off Season for Sharing

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Salvation Army Hands Out 400 Turkeys

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Street Rods Gift 100 Toys to Kids in Need

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Season for Sharing: Holiday Toy & Food Drive

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Food Pantries Need Donations All Year Round

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Last Day to Sign Up for Christmas Assistance

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Salvation Army bell ringer shares story

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Salvation Army Says More Bell Ringers Needed

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Salvation Army Kettle Drive Begins

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1 Out of 3 Renters Spend 50 Percent of Income on Rent

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