Local Christmas kettle drive surpasses goal of $82k
The Sa l v at i o n Army Suncoast C i t a d e l has w ra p p e d up a n o t h e r record- breaking Christmas Kettle Campaign surpassing it’s $ 82,000 target, collecting over $ 86,250. After having a record year in 2015 of slightly over $ 83,000, officials at The Sa l v a t i o n A rmy were unsure they would ever match that total again, and so they are “extremely pleased” that “the community has shown such tremendous support” in helping them achieve a new record. With just over a week to go in the Kettle Campaign it looked as though they would not meet their goal, yet the community rea l l y dug deep into their pockets to lift them over their target. All money raised through the Kettle Campaign stays local to help operate The Salvation Army Community and Family Service food banks in Goderich and Clinton.
The money was col - lected in Goderich, Clinton and Kincardine.
Kettle Coordinator Brianna Haskett and Lt. David Hickman celebrating the good news of another record-breaking year.