Salvation Army Donut Days To Help Send Kids To Camp
Funds raised by The Salvation Army during 'Donut Days' will be used to send children to Salvation Army Summer Camps. Here's how you can help this weekend in the Stateline.
The Salvation Army has been hosting Donut Days for years helping to fund different programs. This year, 'Donut Days' will help send kids to camp. Watch for volunteers ringing kettles around the stateline.
When you donate, you will receive a tag to hang on your rear view mirror or door knob. The bells will be ringing bells for donations this Friday and Saturday at Stateline area Schnuck locations. Also, The Salvation Army will be on hand at The CherryVale Mall Friday from 10 a.m. till 5 p.m. between Bergner's and Barnes and Noble.
Donut Days is in remembrance of World War 1 when the Salvation Army distributed donuts and coffee to soldiers in the battlefields.
To volunteer in the Stateline and to be a Bell Ringer, go to ringbells.org.