I, on the other hand, made a resolution to put some cash in EVERY TIME I pass a Salvation Army bell ringer this Christmas season, and so far, have stuck to it. Sometimes it has only been a quarter, sometimes a handful of change or $1 bill. If I don’t have anything to give on the way into a store, I make sure to come out with something to put in the pail.
Yes! I put cash in EVERY Salvation Army kettle I pass, especially after the faggies began pushing in phony fivers with a protest message on the back.
Our family well, every time we pass one ALL the change we have on our person goes in the bucket, always has always will.
The SA, helped us so much when my mother was sick, they stepped up and did what needed to be done, I will always be grateful.