Salvation Army Kicks off Kettle Campaign

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SALVATION ARMY KICKS OFF KETTLE CAMPAIGN AT SUNDAY'S GAME

PITTSBURGH – The Salvation Army will kick off its annual red kettle campaign at the Pittsburgh Steelers game versus the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday, November 15. 

Volunteers will accept cash donations at Gates A and B, in the Coca-Cola Great Hall and on the West Concourse from 11 a.m. until the 1 p.m. kickoff. A giant red kettle will also be parked on General Robinson Street near Art Rooney Avenue and will be staffed to accept donations.

"It is important for the public to understand that the red kettle campaign supports far more than just Christmas," said Major Robert Reel, the organization's Divisional Commander. "This campaign funds Thanksgiving through the first quarter of the new year."

Fans who are unable to attend the game can donate online at STEELERS KETTLE CAMPAIGN .


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