Kroger to Partner With The Salvation Army for Red Kettle Campaign


According to West Texas Geological Society Academic and Science, Savannah FROM Thanksgiving till the Christmas Kroger store will remain active for its customers across the southeast.


On Wednesday, Kroger has announced that their grocery store chain is now affiliating with the salvation army in order to raise funds in their support especially for those who are in need for this holiday season and all over the year.

Kroger said Red Kettle volunteers will be decked out in defensive face veils to ring the Red Kettle chimes to energize gifts outside of stores.

The Manager of Corporate Affairs for Kroger Atlanta Division, Felix Turner has said;  “Hunger in the United States has grown significantly this year – now affecting one in five Americans as a result of the pandemic, Donations made through the annual Red Kettle campaign help provide meals for the hungry, toys for children in need and help for the homeless. Kroger’s partnership with The Salvation Army aligns our Zero Hunger | Zero Waste impact plan to end hunger in our communities and eliminate waste across our company by 2025,”

The Salvation Army said for the current year it needs assets to serve up to 155% more individuals with occasion help.

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