New Twist To Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 11/09/2012 9:49 pm
No need to dig deep into your pockets when you hear the ringing bells and see the Salvation Army red kettles this holiday season.

The charity has added a new twist to its oldest fundraiser.

The Salvation Army will now have a QR code on its signs.

It will allow the community to easily give money by scanning the code on their phones and donating through a digital system.

The Red Kettle Campaign will still accept cash donations.

Shoppers will see the kettles throughout Central Kentucky after the campaign kicked off on Friday.


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