MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Donations to the Salvation Army’s Red Kettles are down this year, said a spokesperson for the organization.
According to the spokesperson, Salvation Army’s goal for October through December was $11.5 million.READ MORE: No Injuries In Plane Crash Near Faribault Airport
As of last week they had $8.35 million, which put them between 10 and 20 percent behind their totals last year.READ MORE: 'Without It, The City Wouldn't Exist': Community Committed To Improving Water Quality In Madison Lake
The spokesperson said that while they won’t have number of donations they received this week until next week, they still feel they are behind.MORE NEWS: What Will Kids Be Able To Do This Summer Without Getting Vaccinated?
The kettles were taken down on Dec. 25, but people can still donate online.