The Salvation Army says it needs more donations to it's groups in Jackson and Josephine counties to reach it's 2018 Kettle Campaign goal.
The Salvation Army Medford Citadel Corps serving Jackson County is in its final five bell ringing days of the 2018 Kettle Campaign. The group is in need of raising $38,000 more to achieve their goal of $170,000.
The Salvation Army says the funds raised this season have already been used to purchase over $17,000 of food gift cards which will be distributed to 450 families these week. They say the funds help provide Christmas Assistance to families in need within Jackson County, and provide assistance and services to the community throughout the year.
The Salvation Army Grants Pass Corps serving Josephine County is in need of raising $11,000 more to achieve their goal of $39,000.
The Salvation Army Kettles are out collecting funds Monday through Saturday each week. The last day of bell ringing for the 2018 season will be Monday, December 24th.
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