Speech to Text for Salvation Army Begins Ringing in the Holiday Season, Offers Donation Matching
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for drugs. swatch 12's leah thompson is live at the bell ringing in medford at fred meyer. she's been there all day today talking to volunteers ringing the bell and people donating. [a25]salvation army bells-stinger there's been already a good amount of volunteers ringing bells today. at this fred meyer there are three different entrances and all of them have bell ringers. today is a special days because at certain times every dollar is being matched by different businesses. everyone big and small is donating their spare change or dollar bills. -bell ding- bell ringers are wishing people a happy thanksgiving and getting people excited about the upcoming holidays. the money donated to the salvation army stays here locally. it helps with housing, food and toys. [a27]salvation army bells-sotvo sharre whitson says you know just by volunteering your time you in just a couple of hours can raise a couple hundred dollars that can go a long way to help somebody in need and so make that difference. if you want to come donate at this fred meyer in medford they are bell ringing until 7pm tonight. bell ringing will be going until december 24th. [a28]salvation army bells-live tag if you want to volunteer to be a bell ringer contact your local salvation army in jackson or josephine county. live in medford leah thomspon newswatch 12. newswatch 12 wants to give back to the community this