February 9, 2021 |
From late November to Christmas Eve, Carbon County communities managed to raise a record-breaking amount of money for the Salvation Army.
The money is a relief to organizers, who have already provided assistance to more than a dozen people since the start of 2021. Cali O’Hare has more.
Pictured above: Four $100 bills that were slipped into one of the red kettles set up by the Salvation Army between Thanksgiving and Christmas 2020. Photo courtesy Alice “Tink” Day.
For more information about local collection efforts, or to request assistance from the Salvation Army, call 307-324-4951.
Donations can be made to the Salvation Army online, and those funds will stay in Carbon County, by scanning the QR code below: