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Salvation Army continues Chirstmas Campaign

1 year, 8 months ago by Bob Gough

Campaign is about $17,000 short of goal

The Salvation Army will continue its annual Tree of Lights Christmas Campaign into the month of January in order to meet the goal of raising $375,000.

To date, $358,199 has been raised to help fund The Salvation Army’s efforts in the Quincy region for the 2013 year, which leaves $16,801 left to be raised.

Donations to The Salvation Army Christmas Campaign help provide Christmas food boxes, toys for children, delivery of gifts to nursing homes and shut-ins, and community holiday meals.

These funds also support year-round programs and services such as the emergency shelter, food pantry, rent and utility assistance, disaster services, youth programs, summer camp and much more.

With more than $16,000 to be raised before the end of January, your help is still needed to ensure quality programs and services for the coming year.


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RT @danmak57: Quincy now has longest #WB6 football winning streak. Blue Devils have won four consecutive league games
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RT @KyleKoster: Pretty bold statement by Nike to cut ties with Adrian Peterson and yet continue to outfit Penn State.
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@Coach_Hawk_WMU Great seeing you Monday night. Good luck this season.
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