The Salvation Army kicks off Creative Kettle Campaign, voting underway

ABC36's Cody Adams, Erica Bivens and Alyssa Andrews creative kettle.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – The Salvation Army has a new way to give back this holiday season.

The Creative Kettle Campaign gives area celebrities, businesses and organizations the opportunity to decorate those iconic red kettles for The Salvation Army, then the public votes on their favorite.

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Voting begins Monday, Nov. 25 for the decorated kettles on The Salvation Army’s social media platforms. Just “like” your favorite photo to vote or donate HERE.

The winners are determined by the number of likes and donates. The top five kettles will be revealed at the Fayette Mall on Saturday, Dec. 14th. Voting will continue until Dec. 25.

Morning ABC36 news anchors Cody Adams, Erica Bivens and Meteorologist Alyssa Andrews designed a kettle. You can view and vote for it HERE.

Funds raised from the Creative Kettle Campaign will benefit The Salvation Army’s emergency shelter, food pantry and clothing bank.