Salvation Army fundraising falls short of goal
The Salvation Army in Superior is reporting the results of the 2013 Kettle Campaign fell short of the goal.
Maj. David Clark, Corps officer, reports that $50,138 was received, compared to the goal of $75,000 for the Kettle Campaign, which ended on Dec. 24.
The kettles are a part of the larger 2013 Christmas Campaign. The total received from all sources through Jan. 2 is $158,833, compared to a goal of $200,000.
Donations to the Salvation Army may still be made either by mail to PO Box 485, Superior, WI 54880, or in person at 916 Hughitt Avenue, Superior. Gifts received throughJan. 15count toward the $200,000 goal.
Gifts to the Christmas Campaign are used to fund The Salvation Army’s 2013 Christmas assistance programs for Superior and Douglas County residents, and other assistance programs throughout the coming year, such as help with rent, utilities, fuel and food.