Local businesses help kick off The Salvation Army’s red kettle campaign this week

SPOKANE, Wash. — Keep an eye out for red kettles and an ear open for ringing bells!

The Salvation Army of Spokane’s red kettle campaign starts this week with the help of local businesses.

This is the 5th annual Corporate Kettle Kick-Off where local business leaders and staff will ring bells at the kettles to help raise funds for local vulnerable children and families.

Here are what businesses are ringing bells and where you’ll find them this week:

November 15

  • City Hall – City of Spokane (River Park Square)
  • Eastern Washington University (Yokes in Cheney)
  • MacKay Manufacturing (Carhartt)
  • NomNom Convenience Stores (Fred Meyer, Spokane Valley)
  • Site One Landscape Supply (Walmart Supercenter on Colton St.)
  • Stephens Media Group (Hobby Lobby, Spokane)
  • Washington Trust Bank (Downtown Spokane & Sprague Ave. Offices)
  • Wells Fargo Bank (Downtown Spokane Office)
  • Whitworth University (Fred Meyer, North Spokane)

November 16

  • Coffman Engineers, Inc. (Downtown Spokane Office)
  • Greenstone (My Fresh Basket)
  • Northwest Spine and Medicine (River Park Square)
  • The Spokesman-Review (Downtown Spokane Office)
  • Windermere City Group (My Fresh Basket)

November 17

  • Banner Bank (Downtown Spokane, Sprague Ave., and Hastings Road Offices)
  • Central Pre-Mix (Fred Meyer, Spokane Valley)
  • HotStart (My Fresh Basket)
  • Innovia (Downtown Spokane Office)
  • MultiCare (River Park Square)
  • Spokane Police Department (Fred Meyer, North Spokane)
  • Northern Quest Resort & Casino (Walmart, Airway Heights)

All businesses ringing bells also accepting funds online.

To donate virtually, see The Salvation Army of Spokane website, click on ‘2022 Corporate Kettle Kick-Off’ and scroll down to a participating team.

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