Salvation Army thanks volunteers; In need of volunteers for Red Kettle campaign

A sincere thank you to EGI Mechanical, one of the Salvation Army’s biggest donors and supporters, for the generous donation.  This donation will support the children and families in our pantry who are currently struggling with basic needs. Pictured are, left to right, Joe Lauer, Betty Schroeder and Joe Pues. Along with basic needs, the Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension also helps our children and families with six different special projects and emergency assistance. - Submitted photo

A sincere thank you to EGI Mechanical, one of the Salvation Army’s biggest donors and supporters, for the generous donation. This donation will support the children and families in our pantry who are currently struggling with basic needs. Pictured are, left to right, Joe Lauer, Betty Schroeder and Joe Pues. Along with basic needs, the Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension also helps our children and families with six different special projects and emergency assistance. – Submitted photo


The Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension is currently looking for two very special individuals who would be willing to help us out during the holiday season.
We are searching for two Red Kettle bell coordinators, one for the Kaukauna area, and one for the Seymour area. This position is volunteer based and lasts about eight weeks. It is a vital part of our program; it helps us support our families and children year round.
It consists of taking appointments and organizing the bell ringing in the selected area. Please, if you are interested contact us here at The Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension so we can get you set up. If you’re not able to become a bell coordinator, we are also in need of some items for our pantry, some of those items may include: sugar free Jell-O, mac & cheese, baking goods, tuna, cereal and soups. Summer time is now upon us, with gardens blossoming and becoming full we gladly will take any extra produce for our clients. Any other items are also appreciated and welcomed with open arms.
The Salvation Army Outagamie County Service Extension is located at 227 E.w State St., Black Creek, Wis., or call (920)984-9305. Open on Mondays from 9 to 11:30 a.m. and 3:30 to 6 p.m.

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