Kettle Bell Ringers

Over 100 years have passed since the first kettle was use to raise funds and beyond providing Christmas dinners, the money raised at kettles is also used to provide clothing, shelter, food, toys, financial assistance and counselling year-round. The Salvation Army’s holiday fund-raising activities play a crucial role in sharing the spirit of the season with families in need.

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Kettle Bell Ringers | Positions Available: 100

A bell ringer is someone who stands beside the iconic Salvation Army Christmas Kettle and receives donations from passers-by. Typical shifts are 2 hours long at various locations throughout Kamloops. Volunteers needed Nov. 12- Dec 24th. Volunteers must be fully vaccinated against covid-19. Application: https://www.kamloopssalvationarmy.ca/registering-and-scheduling-as-a-kettle-volunteer/